Manitowoc debuts Grove GHC110 telescoping crawler crane

Piggybacking on their recently launched GHC140, Manitowoc introduces the Grove GHC110 telescoping crawler crane.

“It’s like a tough younger brother for the GHC140, our biggest model, that was revealed in 2020,” said JJ Grace, Manitowoc’s product manager for GHC cranes.

The design of the Grove GHC110 is optimal for functions like road and bridge construction, among others. An optional radio-controlled basket attachment gives this crane the versatility to take on many different types of jobs.

Also, Manitowoc’s Grove GHC110 offers 100% pick-and-carry capability across its standard 0.6°, 1.5° and 4° load charts, making it best-in-class.

Manitowoc pushes the boundaries of load capabilities by giving this telescoping crawler crane the ability to travel at 57% grade with no load, while the actual allowable grade is 36%.

Operator first

The operator can find comfort in reduced noise emissions from the GHC110’s engine. A camera situated in the cab offers the operator a clear view of the hoists. Also, three cameras are situated on the GHC100’s exterior, offering visibility where it would otherwise be limited. The operator’s vision is also improved when utilizing the 20 degrees of cab tilt.

Regarding assembly, Grace added, “the self-assembly process is quick and easy, too. Depending on loading preference, the GHC110 can be transported to the job site in four or five loads, and then you can use a handheld wireless remote to control much of the assembly. Frame-mounted jacks allow for easy installation of the tracks, and the counterweights are hydraulically installed.”


  • 40.4 ft – 153.4 ft main boom extension—162 ft maximum tip height, 212 ft with boom extension
  • Cummins QSB6.7 Tier 4 Final engine rated at 249 hp/186 kW
  • Low ground bearing pressure—15.5 psi without load, 88.2 psi with maximum load
  • Auxillary hoists provide maximum line pull of 19,404 lbs, reducing tailswing