Wood's CRW Corp.

C.R. Wood Corporation handled heavy equipment sales with smaller equipment rented and sold by its associated business, Rentz Corp. The two companies were combined under the Wood’s CRW Corporation name. CRW Corp. is now run and owned by the Wood’s two sons, Chris Palmer, president, and Charles R. “Bobby” Wood II, chief operations officer. Wood’s CRW carries Volvo construction equipment, Link-Belt cranes, National Crane, Shuttlelift, Tadano, Terex compact equipment, Mecalac, Merlo, and Maeda. The company has facilities in Williston, Vt.; North Oxford, Mass.; Central Square, N.Y.; and Carlisle, Pa.



D.A. Collins Completes Erie Canal Work With 248 HYLAB, ATC-3275

As part of New York State Canal Corporation's emergency repair program, construction is complete on Erie Canal Lock E-7 in Niskayuna, N.Y. Maintenance and repairs were finalized prior to May 15, 2021, when navigation season of the Erie Canal begins....


Wood's CRW Promotes Andre Parent to Vice President of CRW Earth Moving Equipment Division

Andre Parent has been promoted to the position of vice president, of Wood's CRW's Earth Moving Equipment division. Parent joined CRW in October 2017 as sales manager after a long career with Bombardier Recreational Products in several key roles....


Mecalac Adds Five Dealers in 2020, Expanding North American Network

Mecalac, a global designer, manufacturer and distributor of compact construction equipment for urban environments, welcomed five North American dealers to its network in 2020. The new dealers significantly expand Mecalac's coverage across the eastern United States, as well as provide a toehold for the company on the West Coast and in several key Canadian markets....


PC Construction Depends on Link-Belt 120RT to Meet Project Goals in Vermont

In July 2010, PC Construction and its Special Projects Group resurfaced a dam, and to get the job done PC worked with Woods CRW in South Burlington, Vt. Fast forward 10 years to now, and PC Construction returned to do new work at the dam, and again chose to partner with CRW for the right equipment needed....


Wood's CRW Names Banks New Northern Territory Manager

Wood's CRW announced the addition of Mark Banks as the northern New England territory manager to the crane and lift division covering Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. He brings 22 years of sales experience in the heavy equipment industry, having worked at Beauregard Equipment and J.J....


Scott Mohn Promoted to CRW's VP of Product Support

CRW Corp announced the promotion of Scott Mohn to vice president of product support. Mohn is an equipment industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience with distribution and manufacturing. He has held the position of director of product support for the past three years while overseeing two of CRW's three branch locations....


New Division and Product Line Being Added to CRW Corp. Carlisle Branch

After six years of doing business in Pennsylvania, CRW Corp. (CRW) announced the addition of an earth moving division to its Carlisle, Pa., branch. CRW signed a contract to represent Link-Belt Excavators (LBX Co.) for 19 counties surrounding its facility in south central Pennsylvania....


CRW Corp. Now Carries Link-Belt Excavators in Southeastern Pennsylvania

LBX Company LLC announced the addition of CRW Corp. as the dealer for Link-Belt hydraulic excavators and parts in southeastern Pennsylvania. The Carlisle branch is located at 7096 Carlisle Pike, Carlisle, PA 17015, (717) 795-0700....


Marc Varricchione Joins Wood's CRW as Sales Manager

Wood's CRW has appointed Marc Varricchione as its sales manager of the crane and lifting division. Varricchione started with the company in 2001 as territory manager of northern New England. In 2010 his role was expanded to product manager of the National Crane product line....


Link-Belt 238 HSL Completes Bridge Work in Connecticut

Middlesex Corporation of Littleton, Mass., recently purchased a 150-ton (136.08-t) 238 HSL lattice crawler crane from Wood's CRW Corp. The crane has gone to work on Interstate 95 near the West River Bridge in New Haven, Conn., as part of an ongoing project to widen Interstate 95 by over 40 ft....






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