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The Manitowoc Company CEO buys $494k in shares

Barry Pennypacker, CEO at The Manitowoc Company (MTW), bought 19,600 shares of the company’s common stock on June 14. At $25.19 per share, Pennypacker paid a total of $493,722 for the new shares.

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About Manitowoc Company Inc. (The)

Manitowoc Co Inc manufactures cranes, foodservice equipment, and other related products. It utilizes a variety of brand names and distributes engineered equipment to dealers, rental companies, contractors, and government entities. The company provides aftermarket parts and services to extend product lifecycles and enable customers to manage fleets effectively. Manitowoc's foodservice equipment spans a portfolio of hot and cold category products. Equipment capabilities entail refrigeration, ice-making, cooking, food-preparation, and beverage-dispensing technologies. Approximately half of total revenue is derived from the United States, and the company supplies products to a range of commercial and institutional operators.

  • Last Price:
    $11.38
  • Previous Close:
    $11.31
  • Change:
    $0.07 (0.62%)
  • Open:
    $11.15
  • Volume:
    200,415
  • Average Volume (100 Day):
    367,587
  • Market Capitalization:
    $402.3 M
  • Day's Range:
    $11.02 - $11.56
  • Dividend Yield:
    0.00%
  • 52-week Range:
    $22 - $10.49
  • P-E:
    0.00
  • EPS:
    $-1.34
  • Earnings Date:
    11/4/19
  • Ex Dividend Date:
    N/A
  • Sector:
    Industrials
  • Industry:
    Farm & Construction Equipment
  • Analyst Average Recommendation:
    Moderate Buy

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