MEC wins 2021 EquipmentWatch Highest Retained Value Award
EquipmentWatch, the world leader in data, software and insight for the heavy equipment industry, announced that MEC Aerial Work Platforms has been awarded the EquipmentWatch Highest Retained Value Award for electric scissor lifts. These are the only industry award programs that leverage third-party, unbiased, data to identify equipment that is projected to best hold its value in the next five years.
“The EquipmentWatch analysts are excited to mark the 6th year of the Highest Retained Value and 4th year of Lowest Cost of Ownership awards,” said Jessica Carr, Director of Data and Analytics. “The team continues to react to market dynamics, fine-tune the analysis and expand our database. To see so many repeat winning manufacturers – in light of our deepened insight – is a testament to how well their equipment holds its value.”
Winners were announced at a press conference during the World of Concrete 2021 trade show in Las Vegas, NV.
“MEC’s DNA is that every product we offer represents a better solution. It’s an honor to receive an award that independently confirms that” says MEC VP of Engineering Gary Crook.
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MEC Aerial Work Platforms is a manufacturer of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) in Kerman, California. For 45 years and counting, MEC lifts carry the tradition of quality and innovation. MEC’s portfolio of MEWPs ranges from direct electric drive slab scissors and vertical masts to rough terrain scissors and booms with patented and award-winning design features. See for yourself how MEC is A Better Solution – full featured for high performance, productivity and safety. For more information on MEC Aerial Work Platforms, visit www.MECawp.com.
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