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ALL Erection & Crane Rental Adds 150 Hydraulic Cranes

Wed December 06, 2006 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has contracted for 150 new hydraulic cranes, with scheduled deliveries starting in late 2006 and running through 2007. The new equipment contracts are with all major manufacturers, including Link-Belt, Grove and Terex, including 35- to 550-ton (32 to 500 t) capacities.

“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, ALL Erection & Crane Rental vice president of operations. “We expect growth in all equipment categories to be strong.”

Every year, ALL expands and upgrades its fleet with the newest, safest, equipment available. ALL’s professional service department inspects each piece of equipment in the rental fleet before it goes out on a job to make sure it is in top condition and meets all OSHA standards, according to the company.

Since 1964, the ALL family of companies has grown to become one of the largest crane and equipment rental companies in North America.

The company offers its fleet of cranes, aerial work platforms, boom trucks, material handlers, and other lift equipment from more than 25 strategic locations in the United States and Canada, providing rental, sales, service, and job-site analysis to help customers get the right equipment for the job.

For more information, call 216/524-6550 or visit

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