Reading Truck Group features new crane body series in webinar

August 12, 2020 By    
Photo courtesy of Reading Truck Body

Photo courtesy of Reading Truck Group

Reading Truck Group launched its new Master Mechanic 20-Series (MM 20-Series) to its crane body lineup, and will feature it in the first installment of its “Driving What’s Next” webinar series on Aug. 19.

Designed to equip class 3 to 5 chassis with up to 4,000 pounds of lifting power, the MM 20-Series rounds out Reading’s lineup of crane bodies with a mid-duty option designed for a wider range of jobs, the company says.

Distributors, fleet managers, dealers and anyone else who is interested in Reading trucks can visit the sign-up page to register for the one-hour webinar on Aug. 19 at 2 p.m. ET.

According to the company, webinar attendees will have the chance to take part in a virtual product “walk-around” and engage directly with Reading’s product experts. They will cover the features of the MM 20-Series, which is built from A60 galvannealed steel and comes in 9- and 11-ft. body lengths.

“This is a new beginning for Reading on two fronts,” says Alan Farash, president and COO of Reading Truck Group. “We’re debuting a webinar series that uses technology to bring live learning to our partners no matter where they are during the era of social distancing, and we’re also expanding our crane body lineup to include a mid-duty option, which is a new choice for our customers.”

The new crane body includes Masterack’s CABLOC drawer units, which use a lock-in/lock-out feature designed to keep gear safe while the drawers are in use or when the vehicle is in motion.

In addition, Reading introduced two new crane and compressor packages for the MM 20-Series. These new ordering options will put these truck bodies in the hands of customers faster and provide a complete upfit solution that’s available straight from the factory, says the company.

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