Manitou North America Showcases Innovations and Sustainability in Washington DC

Discover Manitou North America's latest product innovations and sustainable solutions at the Celebration of Construction on the National Mall.

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Building the Future: Manitou North America Unveils Innovations and Sustainability at Construction Celebration

Manitou North America, a leading equipment manufacturer, is set to take center stage at the upcoming Celebration of Construction on the National Mall festival in Washington, D.C. from May 14-16, 2023. The company will proudly display its latest groundbreaking products and cutting-edge technologies. With a focus on innovation and sustainability, Manitou aims to revolutionize the construction landscape and offer simplified equipment solutions that address the challenges of modern construction sites.

Showcasing the Future of Equipment

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Manitou's exhibit will be among the twenty-four distinguished participants from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). Following their successful launch at ConExpo earlier this year, Manitou brings to the festival an impressive lineup of all-new machines. Among the stars of the show are the vertical-lift mid-range 2750VT Track Loader, the MTA 1055 Construction Telehandler with a lifting capacity of 10,000 pounds, and the environmentally friendly 100% Electric ATJ 60e rough terrain aerial work platform.

Innovation Takes the Spotlight

Manitou's Vice President, Ilmars Nartish, expresses his enthusiasm for the Celebration of Construction on the National Mall.

"Our latest advancements integrate innovation, sustainability, and equipment simplification, catering to the needs of the modern construction industry."

The festival provides a remarkable platform for OEM manufacturers to join forces and showcase their products to policymakers, industry leaders, and consumers alike. Through this event, they aim to highlight both their contributions to the construction sector and the challenges they face.

Proud to be Manufactured in the USA

Manitou Skid-steers, Track Loaders, Articulated loaders, and MTA Construction Telehandlers are proudly made in the USA—manufactured in Madison and Yankton, South Dakota. As part of the global Manitou Group, which boasts ten state-of-the-art production facilities worldwide, Manitou North America specializes in developing top-of-the-line equipment for construction, agriculture, and industrial markets. Nartish emphasizes their commitment to growth and development. 

"Expanding our manufacturing plants and nurturing our workforce has been a key focus for us in 2023, as we strive to enhance both our machine production and the skills of our team members in North America."

Shaping the Future Together

The Celebration of Construction on the National Mall event promises to be a major showcase of cutting-edge innovations. AEM members, including Manitou North America, will demonstrate the possibilities of alternatively powered equipment and autonomous systems through captivating live demonstrations. This three-day event serves as a vital platform for engaging members of Congress, regulators, and their staff, providing them with valuable insights into the construction sector. Industry leaders and organizations are dedicated to fostering innovation, sustainability, and economic growth while building the infrastructure that underpins modern society.

Going Forward, Sustainably

As the construction industry stands at the precipice of transformation, Manitou North America is among the leaders in presenting groundbreaking innovations and sustainable solutions. By participating in the Celebration of Construction on the National Mall, Manitou aims to inspire change and drive the industry forward—leaving a lasting impact on both policymakers and construction professionals alike. With their commitment to innovation, sustainability, and the American economy, Manitou North America aims to help rewrite building the future.

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