MEC Aerial Work Platforms

When you choose MEC, you are choosing a premier manufacturer of aerial work platforms. MEC machines are proudly made in the USA and carry on the tradition of quality and innovation associated with American manufacturing.

We strive to provide our customers with the machine they need to achieve better job site productivity, recognize a safe work record, and to promote equipment optimization. Our products include an extensive scissor lift line and an award winning boom family.

JMG Cranes Srl

JMG Cranes is part of COMPART ITALIA, a worldwide leading group in the industrial mobile cranes which includes I.M.C. –  focused on  Service,  Spare Parts and Training and LEVERMAC, originally dedicated to rental activities.

JMG Cranes was founded in 2007 in Milan by a well known business manager with over 20 years of experience in the industrial mobile crane market, Mr Maurizio Manzini.

MI-JACK Products

In 1954, from his home in a south suburb of Chicago, John Lanigan envisioned a better way. Over time Mi-Jack became a multinational corporation providing machinery and solutions for the transportation and material handling industries worldwide.

Early on, Mi-Jack® distributed self-propelled rubber tired gantry cranes (RTG), and focused on the railroads and ports of the United States. As Mi-Jack® pioneered new methods and technologies in intermodal transportation, other industries soon found the RTG crane equally effective in increasing productivity.

In the early 1980’s, Mi-Jack® purchased the manufacturing rights to the cranes it had been selling which helped open up new national and international markets.

Today Mi-Jack® is recognized worldwide as an industry leader and innovator. Corporate headquarters remain in Hazel Crest, Illinois. In addition, the company maintains four regional operations headquarters, five sales offices, and over 60 intermodal terminals. What was started on the kitchen table now comprises sixteen divisions and companies.

Mi-Jack’s Hazel Crest headquarters is an ISO 9001:2017 certified facility and produces Translift and Travelift RTG’s now in use on six continents. Travelift® cranes have capacities ranging from 15 to 325 tons, with dimensions customized to customer applications.