Elliott names new dealer for Mid Atlantic region

By Sarah Ann McCay16 September 2013

U.S. Manufacturer Elliott Equipment Company has appointed McClung-Logan Equipment Company, Inc. as its new authorized dealer of Elliott HiReach aerial work platforms and BoomTruck cranes in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., North Carolina, South Carolina and Delaware.

“McClung-Logan is one of the most professional and knowledgeable heavy equipment dealers in the eastern US. We’re proud to have them as our partner as we continue to help our customers acquire the best solutions for lifting loads and positioning people in signage, utility, oil/gas, mining and other industries,” said Elliott Equipment executive vice president John Glazer.

McClung-Logan president Darrin Brown added: “Elliott gives us a great way to round out the products we offer through our crane division. We are very selective when choosing a company with which to align. Our two companies share the same culture, focusing on customer satisfaction and quality products.”

McClung-Logan operates eight full-service locations, offering parts, service, sales and equipment rental.

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