Bronson purchases first North American Igo T 99 self-erector

Utah-based Bronson Crane purchased the first Potain Igo T 99 self-erecting crane in North America.

Bronson Crane’s Manager Kevin Wagstaff, Founder and Operations Manager Earl Bronson, and Manager Judd Wagstaff; Manitowoc’s Sales Director for Tower Cranes in North America Daiane Quinlan; and Potain Regional Business Manager Amy Marten.

Launched in June, the Igo T 99 expands Potain’s self-erecting crane offering, with improved capacity and reach over previous models with the same compact footprint that the Igo series is known for. It features a 6.6-ton maximum capacity and maximum reach of 157 feet.

Earl Bronson, the company’s founder, said his team is excited to have North America’s first Igo T 99.

“We believe this crane will add to our fleet in significant ways,” Bronson said. “Many of our best customers have purchased our smaller Hup machines and are familiar with the technology. The Igo T 99 has most of the same technology as the Hup series, but with the performance of the industry-proven Igo T 85. The Igo T 99 will bring greater capacity and a larger radius which are certain to help Utah construction move quickly and efficiently. We are grateful for our partnership with Manitowoc and the productive relationships we have built throughout the years.”

Earlier this year Bronson Crane was acquired by Wagstaff Crane. The two business joined forces and decades of accumulated experience to offer an expanded range of products and services.


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