Grove and Strongco celebrate dealer history

04 June 2019

Grove and Strongco celebrated 60 years of doing business together during a special ceremony at bauma 2019 in Munich, Germany. Strongco is a Grove, Manitowoc and National Crane dealer that sells, rents and services equipment across Canada.

Dave Hull, vice president of sales, Americas for Manitowoc Cranes, presented the company with an award. Strongco representatives William Ostrander, vice president of cranes and material handling, and Oliver Nachevski, vice president and COO, joined Manitowoc’s booth at bauma to celebrate and accept the award.

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Grove and Strongco celebrated 60 years of doing business together during a special ceremony at bauma 2019 in Munich, Germany. 

“Strongco is very proud, and we value our partnership with Manitowoc,” said Nachevski. ”We look forward to continuing to represent this premier group of crane products for many more years to come.”

“Their ability to provide strong crane sales, rentals and service across Canada has been instrumental in ensuring our cranes are dependable for our valued customer base,” said Hull. ”Strongco is an important partner for us, and we look forward to many more years of good business.”

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