Craneworks Inc.

CraneWorks CEO Keith Ayers visited with Manitowoc Cranes at ConExpo 2020 to celebrate his company's renewed commitment to National Crane boom trucks. The Houston, Texas-based company is one of the fastest growing in the lifting industry, utilizing many National Crane models in a fleet that has offices in Kansas, Florida, Colorado, California, New Jersey and Canada.

CraneWorks, a Houston, Texas-based crane rental company, has made a significant investment in the size and reach of its fleet with the purchase of several new National Crane boom trucks. The company has already received new NBT60L units and additional units, which include a mix of NBT55L and NBT45-142 boom trucks, will arrive from February onwards.

CraneWorks Inc., one of North America's top providers of lifting solutions, named three new employees to its leadership team. Paul Hecker joins the company as product manager — service vehicles, Gene Johnston is the new director of service and David Beck is director of rental operations.

Already popular in other parts of the world, the Demag AC 45 City crane has now made its way to North America. CraneWorks, a prominent crane distributor throughout the United States and Canada has recently taken delivery of the newly introduced Demag crane.

CraneWorks Inc. has steadily grown its partnership with Terex Cranes USA over the last several years; as a result, CraneWorks was recently named the largest distributor of Demag AC mobile cranes and Terex Crossover products in North America. In addition, the company is one of the top authorized distributors for sales and aftermarket support for all Terex Cranes products.

CraneWorks, Inc. , one of the United States' leading suppliers of lifting equipment, placed an order for eight various sized Demag cranes, including three AC 45 City models, two AC 220-5, and three AC 100-4 all terrain cranes for its Denver, Colo.

The energy sector is gearing up for a period of extended growth. In fact, the world is expected to consume 28 percent more energy by 2040 according to a recent study by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Through a new agreement with Texas-based crane manufacturer Manitex, CraneWorks is poised to meet this increasing demand by adding 31 new boom trucks to its inventory in 2018.

CraneWorks is one of the fastest-growing crane dealers in North America. One change fueling the company's expansion is the increase in demand for large cranes like all terrain and rough terrain models from Demag and Terex. To better accommodate this demand, CraneWorks announces Randy Harris as the company's new large crane sales specialist.

North American crane dealer CraneWorks has nearly doubled its footprint over the past two years. While this growth is pushing the company to new heights, expansion can also lead to new challenges. To avoid these issues and ensure that customers at all branches receive the same high-quality customer service, CraneWorks announced Michael Bird as the company's new Director of Product Support on July 14.