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Terex Cranes to Attend SC&RA Rigging Workshop 2013 in Orlando

Terex aims to help the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association reach for the sky.

Wed September 04, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Terex Cranes has announced that it will be attending as a Diamond sponsor at the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) Rigging Workshop 2013 to be held September 18th to 20th at The Hilton at Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, FL. The Terex Cranes team will be present at the indoor product fair on booth 50.

Among the 12 presentations of the workshop’s three-day agenda highlights will include Increasing Self Responsibility for Safety, Mobile Crane Safety When Working in the Wind, and Rig It Right and You Won’t Go Wrong.

“We are proud to support the SC&RA which makes such an important contribution to safety and helping to improve the working environment,” says Jim Strobush, Regional Business Manager Gulf Coast/ Senior Product Manager Crawler Cranes. “Our team looks forward to what promises once again to be a highly informative event, as well as a great opportunity to strengthen relationships with customers and meet up with our industry’s top decision makers.”

Terex Cranes is a member of the SC&RA. Providing support and taking part in events and meetings organized by the association on an on-going basis, Terex team members have served actively in key positions on the Executive Committee, including the position of Chairman of the Allied Industries Group, and the SC&RA Board of Directors. Terex is also a named corporate sponsor contributing to the SC&R Foundation.




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