Elliott Adds Stephenson as Boom Truck Distributor in New York

Mon March 19, 2018 - Northeast Edition #6
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Stephenson Equipment Company has been added as a Boom Truck Distributor in New York for Elliott Equipment Company.
Stephenson Equipment Company has been added as a Boom Truck Distributor in New York for Elliott Equipment Company.

Elliott Equipment Company has announced an expanded distribution agreement with Stephenson Equipment Company covering Elliott's boom truck crane product line in upstate New York. Currently, Stephenson Equipment represents the Elliott Equipment Company HiReach telescopic aerial work platform product line in Pennsylvania and the upstate New York area. The boom truck crane product line will be sold and serviced out of Stephenson Equipment's Albany and Syracuse locations.

According to Elliott's Eastern VP of Sales Paul Cassidy, “Stephenson Equipment has been a long time distribution partner of Elliott Equipment Company, selling and servicing our HiReach aerial work platform product line with great success for many years. We are looking forward to expanding our distribution relationship and improving customer access to Elliott's complete crane product line with Stephenson Equipment's best-in-class sales and service.”

“With the addition of the Elliott boom truck product line at our Syracuse and Albany locations helps us [Stephenson Equipment] further meet the needs of our customers in the upstate New York area. We strive to be able to offer total lifting solutions, Elliott solidifies the options we will have available for our customers,” said Steve Tucci, Stephenson Equipment's crane and heavy lifting sales manager.

Elliott Equipment Company's American-made boom truck cranes range in size from 10 to 50 tons and feature a wide range of boom lengths and customizable configurations. All Elliott cranes are backed by Elliott's two-year parts & labor and lifetime structural warranty.




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