Barnhart acquires Eddie Johnson Crane

By D.Ann Shiffler12 July 2009

Barnhart Crane & Rigging in the US has acquired the assets of Eddie Johnson Crane Services and appointed Keith Johnson to its team. Johnson has 25 years of experience and will lead the company's development operations in Oklahoma. Barnhart has also taken on five cranes from Eddie Johnson, the largest being a 175 US ton (160 tonne) capacity Grove all terrain.

"With the resources and tools available with Barnhart, I can truly serve my customers with almost any rigging and transportation solution imaginable," Johnson said.

Alan Barnhart, Barnhart president, said, "Keith's long history of safety, excellent service and professionalism will be of great benefit in our efforts to continually improve."

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