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Magni telehandlers get a lift

Perth’s MCT Equipment secures exclusive distribution rights for Magni telescopic handlers in Western Australia and Northern Territory.

MCT Equipment, founded by WA’s Anthony Grosser, has secured exclusive distribution rights for global telescopic handler manufacturer Magni, in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. On October 1st, MCT Equipment expanded their existing support operations to include supply, parts, and support for the Italian telescopic handling brand.

Magni launched their world-leading telescopic handlers into the market in 2013 and in just eight years has rapidly secured significant market share. Magni’s leading selection of fixed and 360-degree rotational telehandlers are leaders in their class in terms of safety, capacity, and lift heights.

MCT take over the reigns from previous sub-agents Lift Equip, who in their two years of representation established a significant groundswell of demand for Magni within the Western Australian market.

Engineered to meet ever-increasing safety standards and service requirements, Magni telehandlers haven’t been the traditional choice but are rapidly becoming preferred in Australia as clients are compelled to think differently about the specifications and lifetime costs of the equipment they utilise – an opportunity that MCT Equipment was eager to become a part of.

Managing Director, Anthony Grosser, holds over 25 years of industry experience from SME operator to Executive of leading brands, as well as sitting as the current Chair (WA) on the Crane Industry Council of Australia (CICA). This extensive history within the construction, mining and infrastructure industries coupled with their exceptional development makes MCT a lifting stalwart.

“MCT Equipment was borne out of the necessity felt in the industry for a supplier that could build genuine, predictable relationships with clients and suppliers. Aside from our lengthy admiration of Magni’s aptitude for innovation, the Magni family approach to business was a natural fit for MCT. The Magni and MCT partnership will significantly open up the range of innovative lifting options available to the WA and NT market, with an unrivalled support network to match,” commented Grosser.

Anthony’s son, James Grosser, joins him at MCT Equipment as well as a number of key support staff. By partnering with Magni, the Grosser family and MCT are confident their personal reputations with clients will be prolonged and are looking forward to creating a legacy that encourages the Australian crane industry to Think Different, Lift Different for decades to come.

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