Pinnacle Cranes Cooks Up Some Customer Appreciation

Wed May 14, 2014 - Southeast Edition
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Jim Mackinson and Patrick Leatherwood, both of Pinnacle Cranes, thank Chad Eller and Mark Gallimore, both of Crane & Rigging Corp., for their business.
Jim Mackinson and Patrick Leatherwood, both of Pinnacle Cranes, thank Chad Eller and Mark Gallimore, both of Crane & Rigging Corp., for their business.
Jim Mackinson and Patrick Leatherwood, both of Pinnacle Cranes, thank Chad Eller and Mark Gallimore, both of Crane & Rigging Corp., for their business. (L-R): Joe Crawford, Brett Sherrill, Mark Baker, Jenny Pratt, Jim Mackinson and Patrick Leatherwood make their way around the Carolinas cooking lunches for customers. Patrick Leatherwood (L) and Joe Crawford man the grill. (L-R): Jim Mackinson, Mark Baker and Joe Crawford, all of Pinnacle Cranes, serve lunch to the Crane & Rigging Corp. crew. Crane & Rigging Corp. and Pinnacle Cranes enjoy a hearty lunch on a nice spring day. (L-R): Mark Gallimore, vice president of Crane & Rigging Corp.; Bob Gallimore, founder of Crane & Rigging Corp.; and Chad Eller, president of Crane & Rigging Corp. Crane & Rigging Corp. sends its Link-Belt HTC 8675 out to make a lift for one of its many customers in the Carolinas.


Pinnacle Cranes, a division of Carolina Tractor, has been visiting its customers across the Carolinas and cooking them a hearty lunch. Patrick Leatherwood and Mark Baker usually man the grill and prepare burgers, hot dogs, sausages and a few other items all in an effort to thank customers for their business. On April 23 the Pinnacle Cranes team cooked for Crane & Rigging Corporation (CRC), a company that has been in business since the early 1960s. They have a mobile crane fleet ranging from 4 to 550 tons (3 to 498 t) with five locations in North Carolina. All of the CRC crane operators have the Certification of Crane Operators. CRC has the ability to provide detailed 3D drawings that allow for careful planning of projects.