Reynolds Equipment, DeForest, Wisconsin, continues to develop its presence as a dealer and rental source for Jekko mini cranes, articulating crawler cranes, and mini pickers, as well as Almac tracked carriers.
Long a dealer for Tadano cranes and a crane rental company that has many brands in its fleet, Reynolds expanded its range of products this March by adding Jekko mini cranes and Almac tracked carriers.
Now the authorized full-service Jekko dealer for Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan, Reynolds also sells and supports the brand throughout the Midwest with a factory-trained sales and service team.
Reynolds’ Jekko electric mini-crane fleet offers maximum capacities from 1,950 to 17,637 lbs. and maximum lifting heights from 41’9” to 87’7”.
Amy Marten, Reynolds’ vice president of business development, said, “The Jekko cranes’ compact size, strong lifting capacity, and attachment versatility make them cost effective for a wide variety of small projects or where space is tight, for example inside a factory or pumphouse.”
Another Jekko product in Reynolds fleet is the MPK10, a rubber-tired electric mini picker that can lift up to 2,183 lbs. and be equipped with a hook or a suction attachment for handling glass.
The Almac tracked carriers feature a flat deck mounted on an articulating crawler chassis so they can travel up or down slopes of up to 20° while the deck stays level.
Reynolds currently offers models with capacities from 6,615 to 13,227 lbs., and attachments that simplify carrying windows, flat glass, or insulating glass.
Reynolds will showcase mini cranes, mini pic-and-carry lifts, and transporters in Fascan International’s booth (#2543) at GlassBuild America, Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2023, in the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia.
Photo Caption: From left, in front of a Jekko SPX532 mini crane, are Mark Reynolds, Nicholas Reynolds, and Amy Marten, all of Reynolds Equipment.