What is Manitex International’s business?
Manitex International, Inc. is a leading provider of engineered lifting solutions including cranes, reach stackers and associated container handling equipment, rough terrain forklifts, indoor electric forklifts and special mission oriented vehicles, including parts support.
Our Manitex subsidiary manufactures and markets a comprehensive line of boom trucks and sign cranes through a national and international dealership network. Our boom trucks and crane products are primarily used in industrial projects, energy exploration and infrastructure development, including roads, bridges, and commercial construction. Additionally, Badger Equipment Company, a subsidiary located in Winona, Minnesota, manufactures specialized rough terrain cranes and material handling products. Badger primarily serves the needs of the construction, municipality, and railroad industries. Our Italian subsidiary, CVS Ferrari, srl, designs and manufactures a range of reach stackers and associated lifting equipment for the global container handling market, which is sold through a broad dealer network. Our Manitex Liftking
subsidiary is a provider of material handling equipment including the Noble straight-mast rough terrain forklift product line, Lowry high capacity cushion tired forklift and Schaeff electric indoor forklifts as well as specialized carriers, heavy material handling transporters and steel mill equipment. Manitex Liftking's rough terrain forklifts are used in both commercial and military applications. Our subsidiary, Manitex Load King located in Elk Point, South Dakota is a manufacturer of specialized engineered trailers and hauling systems, typically used for transporting heavy equipment.
Our Crane and Machinery division is a Chicago based distributor of cranes including Terex truck and rough terrain cranes and our own Manitex product line. Crane and Machinery provides
after market service in its local market as well as being a leading distributor of OEM crane parts, supplying parts to customers throughout the United States and internationally. The division also provides a wide range of used lifting and construction equipment of various ages and conditions, and has the capability to refurbish the equipment to the customer's specifications.

 

What is Manitex International’s corporate structure?
Since going public in July 2006, Manitex International has acquired 7 branded product lines and sold the “legacy” automotive testing and assembly equipment business in July 2007. The company expects to make additional acquisitions within the specialized heavy lifting segment in order to achieve its long-term growth objectives. The company’s current business has nothing to do with Manitex International’s former automotive testing and assembly business. Each group company is wholly owned.

 

On which exchange is Manitex International, Inc. traded and what is the ticker symbol?
Manitex International, Inc. trades under the ticker symbol, MNTX on the NASDAQ

 

What is Manitex International's CUSIP number?
563420 10 8

 

Who can I talk to about my Manitex International stock?/Who is Manitex International’s transfer agent and what is their contact information?
Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions, Inc.
44 W Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA 19003
610-649-7300

 

When is Manitex International’s fiscal year end?
December 31

 

What is Manitex International’s dividend policy?
Manitex International has never paid cash dividends. The company expects to retain earnings, if any, to fund the development and growth of the business and does not anticipate declaring or paying cash dividends in the foreseeable future.

 

Does Manitex International offer a direct stock purchase plan (DSPP) or direct investment program (DRIP)?
No, the company does not have a direct stock purchase plan or direct investment program. Shares of Manitex International common stock may be bought through a broker or stock purchase service of your choice.

 

How do I contact Manitex International for investor relations related inquiries?
If you are unable to find the information you require on the Company website, you may forward your request for information or express your issues or concerns to:

David Langevin
Chairman and CEO
Manitex International, Inc.
Tel: 708-237-2060
Fax: 708-237-4056
Email: DJLangevin@ManitexInternational.com

or

Peter L. Seltzberg
Managing Director
Darrow Associates, Inc.
Tel: 516-510-8768
Email: pseltzberg@darrowir.com