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Konecranes to be included in “World’s Greatest!...” television series

Show to feature interviews and history of “World’s Greatest Lifting Equipment Company.”
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 15, 2012

Konecranes, a global leader in manufacturing and servicing of overhead cranes and lifting equipment, announced it has been selected by the producers of the television show “World’s Greatest!...” to be a part of the ION network series. Konecranes will be featured as the “World’s Greatest Lifting Equipment Company”.

The show will give viewers a look at Konecranes equipment processes and will feature interviews with key members of the Konecranes team. These interviews will describe the history of the company, how Konecranes came to be a worldwide leader in lifting technologies and why they were selected to be a part of “World’s Greatest!...”.

“With a history that dates back over 80 years, Konecranes has long been dedicated to the lifting business and focused on improving efficiency and performance of businesses in all types of industries–providing lifting equipment and services that people can trust,” said Gordon Freeman, Executive Producer of “World’s Greatest!...”. “This is certainly one of those companies we like to feature on the show.”

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Josh Bond, Senior Editor
Josh Bond is Senior Editor for Modern, and was formerly Modern’s lift truck columnist and associate editor. He has a degree in Journalism from Keene State College and has studied business management at Franklin Pierce University.

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