Crane Tech Launches New Mobile-Friendly Web Site

Crane Tech’s new mobile-friendly web site simplifies the search for information on Crane Tech’s training programs.

Mon August 17, 2015 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Crane Tech LLC, a company specializing in crane safety and training for the materials handling and construction industries, announced the launch of the newly redesigned web site, www.cranetech.com.
Crane Tech LLC, a company specializing in crane safety and training for the materials handling and construction industries, announced the launch of the newly redesigned web site, www.cranetech.com.

Crane Tech LLC, a company specializing in crane safety and training for the materials handling and construction industries, announced the launch of the newly redesigned web site, www.cranetech.com.

Crane Tech’s new mobile-friendly web site simplifies the search for information on Crane Tech’s training programs as well as the other services the company provides. The site features photographs from the company’s two-acre training center, where students are able to learn hands on from real-world situations at a first-rate facility. It also continues to include a wealth of industry information, such as detailed technical tips on relevant material handling topics. These articles are used as educational resources for customers to help instill safety into every aspect of their operations.

“We are excited about the launch of this site and some new capabilities that we will be rolling out very soon to facilitate knowledge-sharing with the industry. We know more and more individuals are using their mobile devices to search for information and our new responsive design will help them easily obtain information,” said Bo Collier, president and second generation owner of the company.

The progression of the site is an indication of Crane Tech’s commitment to the industry — building on the strengths of providing quality service, superior training and reliable results to clients world wide.

For more information visit cranetech.com or call 800/521.7669.




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