Attending the special Link-Belt school are (back row, L-R) Joey Evans, Mark Baker, Todd Beeker, Wesley Beeker, Sonny Onley, Terrell Poole. Front row (L-R) Jim Mackinson, David Petes of Link-Belt, Boyce Helms and Ken Gamble.
Pinnacle Cranes, Charlotte, N.C., recently took delivery of the first Link-Belt TCC-750 75-ton (68 t) telescopic crawler crane to enter the Carolina market. In order to prepare Pinnacle’s crane technicians to handle the product, Link-Belt trainers came to Pinnacle to review all aspects of the TCC-750.
Jim Mackinson, general manager, Pinnacle, explained that the Link-Belt team would be reviewing the computer, the logistics of assembly, the loading and unloading, the load charts and the local daily service of the TCC-750 with the crane technicians.
Mackinson is enthusiastic about the benefits of this new addition to Pinnacle’s offerings stating that, “We are getting a lot of response from customers who are looking for a crawler crane that can handle different types of terrain. And the hydraulic upper structure provides operators the ability to change boom length on the fly, without assistance. The pick and carry capabilities of the TCC-750 also are great.”
With the Link-Belt training completed and market demand for the TCC-750 growing, Pinnacle Cranes is well equipped to serve its customers with the latest edition to its crane fleet.
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