James Doogan Joins ALL

Doogan brings over two decades of experience in the crane rental industry to his new company.

Thu June 20, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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The ALL Erection & Crane Rental Family of Companies has announced that James Doogan has been named the new regional sales manager of both Central Rent-A-Crane and Central Contractors Service.
The ALL Erection & Crane Rental Family of Companies has announced that James Doogan has been named the new regional sales manager of both Central Rent-A-Crane and Central Contractors Service.

The ALL Erection & Crane Rental Family of Companies has announced that James Doogan has been named the new regional sales manager of both Central Rent-A-Crane and Central Contractors Service. Central Contractors Service and Central Rent-A-Crane serve markets in greater Chicago, northern Indiana, southern Illinois, St. Louis, Mo., and Iowa, and have been members of the ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. Family of Companies since 1977. Doogan’s territory includes a broad swath of the Midwest, including southern Illinois, parts of Missouri — including St. Louis — and southern Indiana.

Doogan has been in the crane rental industry for more than 20 years. He joins ALL after 11 years spent as area sales manager for another crane rental operation.

Prior to his years in sales, Doogan worked as a crane operator, earning experience in assembling, maintaining, and repairing cranes, as well as in crane set-up and rigging. He will serve both Central brands, reporting directly to General Managers Ed Kocsis at RAC and John Martello at Contractors Service.

“I am thrilled to be joining the ALL family,” Doogan said. “I keep thinking back to what Mike Liptak told me: that I’ll be doing the exact same job with much more firepower. I’ve always been a crane guy, and the thing about ALL is that they’re a crane family, not just a crane business.”




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