Magni TH and Stanmore Equipment have been chosen as lifting partners by Canadian company AllStar Carpentry, which is carrying out a major construction project in the Toronto skyline.
We are located in Toronto at the foot of Lake Ontario, in one of the most beautiful skylines in the world. New and imposing buildings are being erected and will make even more unique a location that has charm to spare.
Mobilio is the name of the new neighbourhood in the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, north of Toronto, which will include new condominiums and townhomes. Surrounded by worId-class restaurants, one-of-a-kind retail experiences, and a genuinely welcoming community, it is situated at the epicentre of connectivity and innovation, and only steps away from the subway.
Menkes developments, one of Canada’s largest home builders, won the contract and assigned the project to AllStar Carpentry / Panelized buiding solutions, largest framing company in Canada. AllStar has been a customer of Stanmore Equipment, a Magni dealer for several years, from which they have purchased a total of 16 RTH models for their fleet.
Two of these machines, an RTH 6.35 and an RTH 6.39, are being utilized on the Mobilio jobsite to install the prefabricated panels. These models offer a maximum lifting capacity of 6 tons, an outreach of 27 metres and a maximum height of 34.90 m and 38.90 m respectively. The customer decided to equip the machines with forks and the 2 ton jib with winch, a key attachment to complete this type of work.
“We chose Magni over other brands because of the performance of their machines and specifically the high reach. Moreover, it is essential for us to be able to rely on a partner like Stanmore Equipment when it comes to services such as technical support and spare parts. The dealer has been a key equipment supplier partner for us for more than 30 years,” said Fernando Correia, Lead Foreman at AllStar Carpentry.
We wish to thank AllStar Carpentry for relying on our brand and our authorised dealer Stanmore for being a valuable ally in the distribution of our product in the Canadian provinces of Ontario .