ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials Adds New Branches

Tue December 01, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

To expand its services to the burgeoning Canadian market, the ALL Family of Companies has expanded ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials with the addition of two new facilities — one in Newfoundland and Labrador and a second location in Ontario.

ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials consists of the ALL Canada Crane Rental Corp. and ALL Aerials Ltd. The two companies operate independently under one roof, currently headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, with each having its own staff and fleet of equipment. The new branches will operate the same way and will be located in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, and Labrador, and Sudbury, Ontario.

For the ALL Family of Companies, adding a new branch isn’t taken lightly. In ALL Crane’s early years, success meant investing, not spreading out. The company founders made sure they established its brand and service capabilities before they started expanding.

“As the largest privately owned crane rental and sales company in North America, we know that the continued success of our company depends on many things; among them, good citizenship in the communities where we work,” said Michael Liptak, ALL Crane president.

“At our new location in Newfoundland and Labrador, we will support local industry development projects with local hiring practices. ALL supports local suppliers whenever possible,” said Paul Dinn, general manager of the Newfoundland and Labrador facility.

For more information, on ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials at 7215 Torbram Road in Mississauga, call 905/795-1090 or 800/989-4845. Fax: 905-795-1121.

For more information, on ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials at 1648 Pioneer Road in Sudbury, call 705/522-1941.

For more information, on ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials in Newfoundland and Labrador, call 709/747-0306.

For more information on the ALL Family of Companies, call 216/524-6550 or 800-232-4100 or visit www.allcrane.com.

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