Empire Crane Company Among Best Places to Work in Central New York

Twenty-four companies will be honored on May 28th at the SRC Arena and receive their rankings for the 2015 Best Places to Work.

Mon May 18, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Empire Crane Company will be recognized in the less than 50 employee category.
Empire Crane Company will be recognized in the less than 50 employee category.

Empire Crane Company has been named one of 2015 Best Places to Work in Central New York. Paul and Luke Lonergan, owners of Empire Crane are honored to be recognized as one of the best places to work in CNY.

“To be named one of CNY’s Best Places to Work means a great deal to us and the employees of Empire Crane,” said Paul Lonergan, president of Empire Crane. “It is an honor to be recognized within our community and it is a badge we will wear with pride as we continue to do business worldwide.”

Twenty-four companies will be honored on May 28th at the SRC Arena and receive their rankings for the 2015 Best Places to Work in Central New York. Empire Crane Company will be recognized in the less than 50 employee category.

The employees located at the Syracuse office submitted blind surveys. The survey was managed and analyzed by Research & Marketing Strategies. Companies with the highest scores received the designation of CNY’s Best Places to Work from BizEventz, a division of the Central New York Business Journal.

About Empire Crane Company

Empire Crane Co. LLC was founded by brothers Paul and Luke Lonergan in January of 2002 and has grown to become one of the largest premier crane dealers.

Empire Crane represents many well-known lines and are authorized dealers for the complete line of Terex Cranes, Tadano-Mantis Cranes, Wolffkran, Shuttlelift and Manitex Boom Trucks.

Empire Crane has a full sales, parts and service facility located in central New York, with branches in Boston, Massachusetts and metropolitan New York/New Jersey and offers over-the-road service to all locations.




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