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ALL Erection & Crane Rental Promotes Two Managers

Tue July 03, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Jason Hanna (L) and his father Robert Hanna have both been promoted at ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials.
Jason Hanna (L) and his father Robert Hanna have both been promoted at ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials.

The ALL Family of Companies announced father-and-son promotions at ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials, reinforcing the company’s success at nurturing its legacy of generational excellence in its fleet, operations and sales management.

Jason Hanna, former operations manager of ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials, has been named general manager, responsible for the day-to-day operations of all four Canadian branches. Robert (Bob) Hanna, Jason’s father and former general manager of ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials, has been named vice president of subsidiary operations — Canada, overseeing all corporate operations in Canada. Bob is specifically charged with advancing sales and bridging opportunities between the branches. Both positions are effective immediately and report directly to Michael Liptak, president of ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp.

“Many of our employees have grown up in our business, lending a lifetime of experience and expertise. Fathers bring their sons into the fold because they’re crane people, born and bred,” said Liptak. “Jason and Bob are excellent people — not just business people — but smart and full of integrity. They personify what we hope for when we preach the benefits of ’Generations of Excellence.’”

The ALL Family of Companies is made up of 33 North American branches with cohesive regional management.

“Bob’s new position and Jason’s natural progression into the general manager role makes the entire enterprise better as we grow our Canadian footprint,” explained Liptak.

ALL Canada Cranes & Aerials recently added two new branches, the first in 2010 in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador, and the newest just this year in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

For more information, visit www.allcrane.com.




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