Pinnacle Cranes Holds Service Truck Audit

All 13 technicians were present, nine field service technicians and four in-house shop technicians with 330 years of combined experience.

📅   Tue June 07, 2016 - Southeast Edition #12
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(L-R) are Jeff Campbell, AME Inc. in Ft. Mill, S.C.; Keith Ernandez, United Infrastructure Group in Great Falls, S.C.; Patrick Leatherwood, Pinnacle Cranes; and Mike Ogle, Link-Belt Cranes.
(L-R) are Jeff Campbell, AME Inc. in Ft. Mill, S.C.; Keith Ernandez, United Infrastructure Group in Great Falls, S.C.; Patrick Leatherwood, Pinnacle Cranes; and Mike Ogle, Link-Belt Cranes.
(L-R) are Jeff Campbell, AME Inc. in Ft. Mill, S.C.; Keith Ernandez, United Infrastructure Group in Great Falls, S.C.; Patrick Leatherwood, Pinnacle Cranes; and Mike Ogle, Link-Belt Cranes. Ken Gamble (L), parts and service manager, begins playing Car Wash by Rose Royce while Scott Hill of Mobile Professional DJ & Lighting Services has the next song ready. Ed Weisiger Jr. (L), president of Pinnacle Cranes and Carolina Tractor, welcomes Keith Ernandez of United Infrastructure Group in Great Falls, S.C. Boyce Helms, Wesley Beeker and Ray Mullis, service technicians, go over the different areas of consideration. The impartial judges are Keith Ernandez (L) of United Infrastructure Group in Great Falls, S.C., and Jeff Campbell of AME Inc. in Ft. Mill, S.C. Joe Staton (L) and Ray Mullis, service technicians, look through different compartments. (L-R): Ken Gamble, parts and service manager, and Jim Mackinson, general manager of Pinnacle Cranes, congratulate the three winners Jeff Boesch, Cameron LaPham and Wesley Beeker. The Pinnacle Cranes team worked to be a  Link-Belt Cranes Top 5 Dealer.

To be a top 5 Link-Belt Crane Dealer requires a dedicated team, and the foundation of the team are the service technicians. Pinnacle Cranes held a service truck audit/inspection on May 17. All 13 technicians were present, nine field service technicians and four in-house shop technicians with 330 years of combined experience. They were asked to clean and organize their trucks in anticipation of the event.

Vibrant music provided by a DJ kept a nice upbeat tempo throughout the event. Breakfast consisted of coffee, orange juice, fruit and breakfast sandwiches provided by Jason's Deli.

Each truck was judged by the other service technicians and judges, including Jeff Campbell of AME Inc. in Ft. Mill, S.C., and Keith Ernandez of United Infrastructure Group in Great Falls, S.C. They looked over all of the field service trucks and judged them based on criteria from Pinnacle Cranes.

Prizes for the winners included two tickets to the NASCAR All-Star Race; $100 gift certificate at a local steak house and a model Link-Belt RTC-8080. Even those that did not win were given Subway gift cards.