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Crane Service Inc. Purchases All-Terrain Crane at ConExpo

The purchase marks the seventh Link-Belt all-terrain the Albuquerque, N.M.-based company has purchased.

Mon March 24, 2014 - West Edition
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(L-R) are Don Himelferb of McClung-Logan Holdings; Tom Logan of McClung-Logan Holdings; Skeeter Collins of Link-Belt Construction Equipment; Crane Service Inc. President Scott Wilson; Robert Matz of Power Equipment Company; and Kelly Fiechter of Link-Belt
(L-R) are Don Himelferb of McClung-Logan Holdings; Tom Logan of McClung-Logan Holdings; Skeeter Collins of Link-Belt Construction Equipment; Crane Service Inc. President Scott Wilson; Robert Matz of Power Equipment Company; and Kelly Fiechter of Link-Belt

Crane Service Inc. recently purchased one of Link-Belt’s all-new 210-ton (185 t) ATC-3210 during ConExpo 2014. The purchase marks the seventh Link-Belt all-terrain the Albuquerque, N.M.-based company has purchased. For more information, visit www.linkbelt.com.




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