Paul Moustis joins Stevenson’s expanded parts operation

By D.Ann Shiffler01 May 2020

Stevenson Crane Service is expanding its parts service offering.

Stevenson Crane Service, based in South Holland, IL, has expanded and diversified its parts capabilities. The company has expanded its parts service area into international parts procurement and the sourcing of hard-to-find items, including distributorship for the Load King line of boom trucks and truck cranes. Joining the Stevenson team as parts manager is Paul Moustis. 

Paul Moustis, Parts Manager

Paul Moustis

For more than 25 years, Moustis has worked in specialized roles working directly for different OEM manufacturers for a variety of heavy equipment. Moustis brings knowledge of a variety of new specialized mobile machinery and utility truck parts as well as an extensive supply chain network. The Chicago native said that he’s excited to begin helping customers under the Stevenson name with their equipment management needs.

“Myself and my new teammates here at SCS prioritize service and quality,” he said. ”Our clients have worked with us over the years because they can depend on the consistency of delivery on service. I’m excited to build on that, and we now we can provide them the best parts and equipment from anywhere in the world.” 

Christine Ashley, Stevenson’s corporate director of parts and service, said, “Paul’s knowledge of the heavy lifting world is going to be a major asset for our customers. This evolution of our parts department enables us to proudly deliver new strengths to our clients and their projects.”



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