Premier Scaffold Solutions Announces Made in USA ProSeries Mast Climber

Words: Dan Kamys

Premier Scaffold Solutions Announces Made in USA ProSeries Mast Climber

In February during the World of Concrete Show, Premier Scaffold Solutions announced availability of the Made in USA ProSeries Mast Climber. Premier also announced that after a year long lawsuit, a settlement has been reached and Premier is ready to move forward full steam ahead. The Made in USA ProSeries has gone through some improvements in the past year. Not only being made in the United States, but with a lighter base and a cleaner look, the ProSeries can be maneuvered around the jobsite with ease using an 8,000-pound forklift.

“We were very excited to unveil the Made in USA ProSeries unit at the World of Concrete in Las Vegas in February,” says Mike Solomon, national sales manager of Premier Scaffold Solutions.

ProSeries Availability
The Made in USA ProSeries is a collection of improvements driven by customer feedback and 25 years of experience from Premier’s sister company, TNT Equipment. Premier improved on a solid design in 2009 by listening to customer feedback and closely analyzing the mast climber through rigorous testing. The ProSeries Mast climber makes it easier to replace aging mast climbers, because of its modular bridging being compatible with other mast climbers on the market.

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