1100 Superior Ave.
Baraga, MI 49908
United States
Company Info
Pettibone specializes in material handling equipment. But far more than that, we specialize in developing machines that are safer, tougher, and that are purpose-built to specifically tackle the challenges at hand.

Pettibone in the News

Pettibone’s newest jobsite workhorse, the Extendo 1246 telehandler, is a powerhouse built to deliver an impressive 12,000 pounds of load capacity. This machine is built on the company’s next generation X-Series platform, made for demanding applications ranging from construction to masonry to oil and gas. The 1246 telehandler is ideal for contractors and rental users that could use enhanced visibility on the jobsite, as well as increased fuel efficiency and accuracy.
July 12, 2019

Landmark Equipment, a long-time Pettibone dealership run by Earl Rund, has announced they are changing ownership. Rund’s dealership services material handling customers in Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and northern California. Based in Portland, Oregon, Landmark Equipment has sold and serviced the Pettibone Cary-Lift product line for over 30 years, in addition to also adding Pettibone Extendo and Traverse telehandlers to their lineup.
December 10, 2018

The new Traverse T944X telehandler is sure to be an exciting update to Pettibone’s already existing arsenal of heavy duty machinery for those who have been seeking more safety and precision. This telehandler is the first in the industry to have an extendable, traversing boom that travels horizontally in order to move loads more precisely without having to coordinate multiple boom functions. This industry-exclusive boom has up to 70 inches of horizontal reach and allows for navigation through tight openings at full lift height.
February 8, 2018

Pettibone has rolled out the new Cary-Lift 254i, built for heavy pipe, pole, log, and material handling, whether it be in a stock yard or construction site. The Cary-Lift 254i features a unique overhead lift arm design, giving the operator full front visibility when lifting or transporting loads – a sharp contrast to the lift arms on wheel loaders, which are located directly in front of the vehicle. Additionally, Cary-Lift forks are capable of tilting down 90 degrees for specialized lifting tasks, such as unloading pipe from railroad gondola cars.
November 7, 2017