Diversified Product Development, marketer of the LineWise®, LiftWise®, RailWise® and DesignWise® brands, hosted a grand opening ceremony on June 22, 2021, at its new manufacturing facility in Waco, Texas.
National Lineman Appreciation Day is a time to pause and express our utmost appreciation to the great men and women that work so hard for us every day!
LineWise has introduced its TLL-500A Series 3 Triple Line Lifter for sub-transmission applications.
LineWise is pleased to announce the supply of six units of its Hydraulic Insulated Working Platform (HIWP) to High Line Division (HLD), a Spanish company and a leader in inspection, maintenance and construction of power distribution and transmission lines.
Diversified Product Development, marketer of the LineWise, LiftWise and DesignWise brands, has broken ground on a new headquarters and production facility in Waco, Texas. The 60,000-square-foot building, which is scheduled for completion in January 2021, will replace the company’s current facility in Waco, Texas.
The patent-pending Direct Embed Pole Stabilization (DEPS) system from LineWise™ is a new bracing system for holding concrete or steel poles in place while pouring concrete or FlowFill™. This cost-effective solution offers a quick and easy setup that significantly reduces equipment and labor costs, in addition to other benefits, during the installation of direct embed poles.
COVID-19 Update! While everyone continues to navigate these uncertain times, LineWise will continue to support your essential business activities and provide the same customer service we always have.
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WIKA Mobile Control (WMC) partnered with Manitex and LineWise to customize the graphics and functionality of the cSCALE system on the Manitex 50128S boom trucks equipped with a LineWise triple line lifter crane attachment.
AUI has been using its LineWise TLL-1300 Line Lifter almost daily, mostly for insulator and structure change-outs. It has proven especially useful on a current project in eastern Maryland from Easton to Bozman, running corner structures from single-pole to two-pole structures for improved reliability.