Empire Crane Company

Michael (Mike) Walker has been added to Empire Crane New England's sales team. As the newest salesman, he'll be responsible for supporting customers and representing the many crane manufacturer's that Empire has to offer. Walker will be serving customers in the New England area (Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine).

Empire Crane Company has been announced as a dealership of Broderson Manufacturing Corporation's full line of carry deck industrial cranes. It will be stocking new units for customers in upstate New York, Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Empire has three locations that each offer sales, parts, service, and rentals which will be support junctions for local Broderson customers.

Empire Crane Company's CEO Luke Lonergan is participating in Swim Across America in an effort to raise money for cancer research, prevention, and treatment. The swim will happen on Nov. 9 at the Syracuse Downtown YMCA. "Everyone I know has been affected by cancer in one way or another; whether they've had to fight it themselves, or watch a parent, sibling, daughter, son, friend, or co-worker, battle for their life," Lonergan said.

"Large lifting companies with multiple cranes have options to get jobs done. I don't have that luxury," said Steve Kelly, owner/operator of Steel Giraffe LLC. The Portsmouth, R.I.-based "boutique" crane company doesn't search out the typical residential and commercial construction projects.

Empire Crane Company has been named an authorized dealer of Trimble Lifting Solutions. Trimble Lifting Solutions produces a number of load cells, load pins, tensiometers, line riders, angle sensors, wind speed sensors, A2B sensors, cable reels and displays for all cranes and lifting applications.

Bob Jerszyk is Empire Crane New England's newest addition to the sales team. As a new sales representative, Jerszyk will be responsible for serving crane customers throughout the New England area. He has more than 18 years of experience working in the construction industry selling different types of equipment and rigging accessories.

Terex bauma stand FM.711 had non-stop activity during the first days of the largest construction exposition in the world. One segment of the exhibit drawing much attention from attendees was the display of Terex mobile and tower crane equipment and Demag all terrain and crawler cranes.

Empire Crane in North Syracuse, N.Y., recently added its first Terex RT 100US rough terrain crane. The recently introduced 100-ton (90 t) crane offers a five section, fully hydraulic boom that extends up to 154 ft. (47 m). Empire Crane has added the RT 100US to its inventory, which includes several Terex crane models.

CWI Crane & Rigging has purchased a new 300 ton (272 t) capacity 2019 Demag AC250-5 from Empire Crane Company's New England branch. Owner Chet Chludenski had several reasons for choosing this model including its safety features, IC-1 Plus variable outrigger flexibility, and the Demag and Empire Crane product support teams.

Empire Crane service technicians took a break from the cold and were in class with the Demag service and maintenance training program Feb. 4 to 8. The class taught by Training Instructor Robert Ourt focused on the technical components of the Demag 5 axle family of all terrain cranes, including the AC 130-5, AC 160-5, AC 220-5, and AC 250-5.

Empire Crane Company recently became a preferred partner of Orlaco products. It will be responsible for the approach of the United States crane industry. Empire Crane will be the industry partner regarding quotations, sales and service of Orlaco camera monitor systems.