All buys 150 new cranes

15 April 2008

All Erection and Crane Rental Corp. has purchased 150 new hydraulic cranes ranging in capacities from 35 to 550 tons from Link-Belt, Grove and Terex. Deliveries will start in late 2006 and run through 2007, according to the company.

“Our hydraulic crane purchases represent just a portion of our equipment commitment for 2007, and we are already aggressively pursuing acquisitions of new equipment for 2008,” said Michael Liptak, vice president of operations for the Cleveland-based company. “We expect growThin all equipment categories to be strong.”

Founded in 1964, All Erection is one of the largest crane and equipment rental companies in North America.

The company provides rental, sales and service for cranes, aerial work platforms, boom trucks, material handlers, and other lift equipment from more than 25 locations in the US and Canada.

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