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Tadano America Announces Agreement With WHECO

Tadano America Corporation has signed an agreement with WHECO Corporation to become an authorized structural repair and restoration services provider for all Tadano crane products.

Wed September 24, 2014 - National Edition
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Tadano America Corporation has signed an agreement with WHECO Corporation to become an authorized structural repair and restoration services provider for all Tadano crane products.

“Providing our customers with a complete and positive service experience is a very important part of our company culture.” said Yo Kakinuma, president of Tadano America. “We selected WHECO because they have the knowledge, experience, facilities and trained technicians to help us support our expanding North American business.”

“Tadano products have an excellent reputation in the market and we are very pleased that they have recognized WHECO as a company that can help them support their products and customers,” said Ron Williams CEO of WHECO. “WHECO offers a very specialized and advanced level of product support that adds significant value and we look forward to working closely with Tadano and their customers.”

About Tadano America Corporation

Established in 1993 in Houston, Texas, Tadano America Corporation is the strategic base for sales of rough terrain cranes, all terrain cranes and boom trucks for the North American market. Tadano America has dedicated customer service office locations located in Houston, Texas and Edmonton, Alberta, providing direct-to-customer product support.

Tadano’s corporate office, located in Houston has 46,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space for parts and storage. Tadano’s field service staff works in key areas throughout North America continuing Tadano’s core values of safety, quality and efficiency. Tadano’s products are available through a broad network of dealers, agents and partnerships.




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