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Southeastern Crane Moves to Charlotte

Fri December 05, 2003 - Southeast Edition

Southeastern Crane has announced the grand opening of its newly-constructed facility in the Charlotte, NC-area. Vice President and General Manager Dallas Johnson recently confirmed the completion of the 10,000-sq.-ft. office, warehouse and service shop located at 5014 Davidson Highway in Concord, NC.

“The Charlotte area is growing and expanding every day. Our new office will enhance our sales and service capabilities for the product lines represented by Southeastern Crane in the Carolinas and Virginia as well as secure our commitment to invest in the community,” said Johnson.

Specializing in industrial crane and heavy-duty equipment sales and service, Southeastern Crane is not a stranger to the area. Formerly located at 11301 Reames Rd., the company established its Charlotte roots in May 1999. Mike Davis is branch manager of the Concord location that employs 11 workers.

Southeastern Crane, a division of Ring Power Corporation, represents Manitowoc in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia; National Crane in Florida; Grove in Florida and Georgia; Manitex in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina; Tadano in North Carolina and South Carolina; and Broderson in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

Headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, Southeastern Crane serves the southeastern United States and the Caribbean Basin with branch facilities located in Tampa and Pompano Beach, FL; Charlotte, NC; and Atlanta, GA.