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Visit us at 2023 Work Truck Show – Indianapolis, IN

Work Truck Week 2023 features new commercial vehicles, industry-focused training and special events North America’s largest work truck event features an expansive exhibit floor displaying the most innovative commercial vehicles, equipment and technology; three days of educational programs and OEM updates; multiple networking opportunities; a two-day Ride & Drive; and the industry’s leading advanced fuels […]


This article was published in the December 2021 edition of NTEA News. The United States announced an agreement with European Union (EU) to eliminate tariffs on most steel and aluminum from EU and to put in place a quota system. The tariff elimination will become effective Jan. 1, 2022. In March 2018, U.S. Department of […]

Crane Gain – The Importance of Selecting the Right Crane for the Right Job

Municipalities face an all-encompassing set of responsibilities that often require the use of heavy equipment to get the job done. The Venco Venturo team asks these three foundational questions to guide the process and make sure the crane that’s selected will serve the municipality well. To view the full article, click here.

Venturo® Launches New Workforce Packages For Commercial Vehicle Upfitting Program

Cincinnati, Ohio (January 22, 2021) – Venco Venturo® Industries, LLC, a leading producer of truck- and van-equipped cranes, is pleased to announce that its commercial vehicle upfitting program has been extended to include new Workforce service body packages, including Workforce25, Workforce45, Workforce55 and Workforce66. Having just announced the opening of their new Venturo Truck Equipment […]

Venturo® Updates Popular Electric-Hydraulic Cranes

The Venturo ET25/ET30 Service Cranes feature full-power booms and new options. CINCINNATI, Ohio (April 8, 2020) – Venco Venturo Industries has released new updates on the ET25KXX and the ET30KXX.  Both cranes feature a 5,000 lb capacity with the ET30 being heavier-duty. Both cranes utilized a 6 ft power boom extension with a 4 ft […]

Venturo® Restructures Business to Boost Customer Service

Venturo® Restructures Business to Boost Customer Service A new leadership team and new hire round out changes for Cincinnati crane manufacturer CINCINNATI, Ohio (July 10, 2019) – Venturo®, a leading producer of truck- and van-equipped cranes, has announced a series of promotions and a new hire that will further improve its noted track record of […]

Crane Selector Web Tool Pairs Vehicles with Cranes

Venturo® has released a new finder on its website to keep job sites equipped with the proper service cranes. The brand-new Crane Selector utilizes gross vehicle weight, necessary boom length and maximum load capacity to pair vehicles with the most suitable Venturo product. Venturo cranes are designed for an array of light, moderate and heavy-duty […]

How Logic Controls Revolutionize the Job Site

Construction demands that you be on your A-game, physically and mentally. The last thing a foreman or contractor needs is additional difficulties, when they already have to face tough profit margins, a tight labor market and declining worker retention. Overcoming these woes means dedication and efficiency, and new programmable logic controls (PLC) systems can be […]

Venturo® Launches New Crane Control Management System

Venturo® has released an advanced control system that provides safety, control and reliability for its line of fully-hydraulic service cranes. The new Venturo Logic Controls (VLC™) crane control management system provides enhanced control of capacities throughout a crane’s load operation. Benefits of the VLC system include overload protection, vehicle stability and grade indications, real-time load […]

OSHA Delays Crane Operator Evaluation Documentation Requirement

In response to industry requests, OSHA has announced it is delaying full enforcement of its requirement for employers to evaluate their crane operators. In a memorandum to OSHA Regional Administrators and State Plans, OSHA Acting Director of the Directorate of Construction Scott Ketcham stated that during the first 60 days of enforcement (until April 15, 2019), OSHA will evaluate […]