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OZ Lifting Introduces New Tele-Pro Davit Crane

Crane PicOZ Lifting Products LLC plans to debut at Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Residuals and Biosolids Conference and Exhibition, which takes place March 31 to April 3 at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minn. The expo spans the middle two days of the event on April 1-2.

The Winona, Minnesota-based manufacturer plans to show its new Tele-Pro davit cranes that allow users to leverage the benefits of other lifting technologies in its range, while telescoping the boom in and out under load. The Tele-Pro will be the standout product on a 10 ft. by 10 ft. booth, but OZ will also showcase its complete range of davit cranes, including the CompOZite and CompOZite Elite Carbon Fiber models.

“The industry-first [Tele-Pro] davit cranes will be a game-changer,” said Steve Napieralski, president at OZ Lifting. “However, we have found that all of our products have been used in many different applications in the water and wastewater sectors. Put simply, we offer innovative products and solutions that make the job easier and safer.”

For more information, visit http://www.OZLiftingProducts.com.

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