A little bit of positivity can go a long way during the most trying of times.
The way Jim Glazer sees it, the COVID-19 pandemic has presented a seemingly never-ending set of challenges and opportunities over the course of the last few months. However, in taking an objective approach to COVID-19, planning appropriately and – most importantly – viewing ever-changing circumstances through a positive lens, Glazer and his employees at AEM member company Elliott Equipment Company (Elliott) have been ready for whatever has come their way.
Elliott Equipment Company's I211 HiReach aerial work platform with its HotSwap boom tip allows users to quickly change booms tips. The unit then becomes three distinct machines in one: a 190 ft. material handling aerial work platform; a 211 ft. Category A 500KV rated, 750 lb.
Elliott Equipment Company's DockMaster pedestal mounted cranes were designed with extensive customer input and engineered to withstand the rigors of dock and marine applications. Standard features of the Elliott DockMaster cranes include:
10 and 18-ton (9 and 16 t) capacity models
Up to 70-ft.
Elliott Equipment Company's E120 is an ANSI A92.2 compliant aerial work platform that features 120 ft. (36.5 m) of working height, 80 ft. (24.3 m) of side reach, 600-lb. (272 kg) platform capacity and up to 1,500 lbs. (680 kg) of platform mounted jib winch capacity.
Elliott Equipment Company's D86, a new ANSI 10.31 digger derrick, is specifically designed for transmission and heavy-duty construction projects, like its predecessors, the D115 and the D105. Mounted on a tandem axle chassis, the D86 digger derrick boasts an 86-ft.
Elliott Equipment Company's V60 material handling aerial work platform features 63 ft. (19 m) of working height and 1,000 lb. 453 kg) material handling capacity. The V60 mounts on a non-CDL, 19,000 lb. (8,618 kg) GVWR chassis for increased driver flexibility.
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.
Elliott Equipment Company, a manufacturer of truck mounted material handling work platforms, cranes and digger derricks, is celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2018. Elliott Equipment Company was founded in 1948 by Dick Elliott. The company, which was founded and still based in Omaha, Neb., was one of the pioneers in developing truck mounted aerial equipment.
Elliott Equipment Company announced that Tom Vatter has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing. Vatter brings more than 25 years of experience in several vocational body/chassis industries. He began his career at McNeilus Companies and, later, as it transitioned to become part of Oshkosh Truck Corporation.
Elliott Equipment Company released the 36 ton (32.6 t) 36142 boomtruck telescopic truck-mounted crane model featuring the longest boom available in its class. With a 5-section 142 ft. (43 m) main boom and optional 32 to 49 ft. (9.7 to 15 m) two-section jib, the 36142 offers a maximum tip height of 201 ft.
Industry leaders requested a more dynamic product, and Elliott Equipment Company delivered. In response to requests for a taller, more efficient, higher capacity workplatform, Elliott Equipment Company and Utility One Source have developed the 190 ft.