WHECO expands in Southern California

07 May 2008

WHECO Corp., a structural crane repair and restoration services company, has moved its Southern California operation to a larger crane service center in Santa Fe Springs, CA. The move was made in an effort to meet the growing demand for the company's services in the Western US, according to the company.

Strategically located in the heart of Southern California, the 3.2-acre, 44,000 square-foot facility includes three bridge cranes that also extend past the outside of the building. The facility will accommodate WHECO's full turnkey crane repair and restoration capabilities.

“We have simply outgrown the existing facility and we needed more space to be able to provide for our growing customer base,” said Ron Williams, WHECO chairman and CEO. The new facility will house a complete fabrication shop as well as a full-service machine shop with multiple service bays allowing for turnkey accident repairs and restorations.

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