Maxim purchases NCSG assets in Montana and adds new locations

02 September 2020

Maxim Crane Works has continued expansion with the acquisition of NCSG Crane and Heavy Haul assets in Montana, and the addition of three new locations.


Maxim Crane Works continue expansion with the acquisition of NCSG Crane and Heavy Haul assets in Montana, and three new locations.

”We are pleased to announce the successful acquisition of the assets associated with NCSG Crane and Heavy Haul in the USA as we continue to expand our Western Region,” said Bryan Carlisle, CEO, Maxim Crane. “We are excited to add the fleet, footprint and team associated with this acquisition to our Maxim family.”

He said the addition of the former NCSG team and equipment will enable Maxim to enhance its service to the wind and renewable energy segment.

”It will ensure that we are able to provide safe, reliable and available services anywhere in the USA,” said Carlisle. 

Maxim also added new facilities in Billings, Sidney and Great Falls, MT.

“These additional sites and fully operational service centers will allow Maxim to increase its presence within the region, which includes the most recent opening of our Denver, CO branch,” added Frank Bardonaro, COO for Maxim.

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