Caterpillar Board of Directors Elects CEO Jim Umpleby as Chairman

Keep Up To Date with Thousands of Other Readers.

Our newsletters cover the entire industry and only include the interests that you pick. Sign up and see.

Submit Email
No, Thank You.

Terex Number Nine for Elmer W. Davis

Thu October 11, 2018 - Northeast Edition
Empire Crane Company


(L-R) are Louis Sanchez, Elmer W. Davis Inc. operator; Luke Lonergan, Empire Crane Company LLC CEO; Carl Benson, Elmer W. Davis Inc. fleet manager; Katie Pharoah, Empire Crane Company LLC sales manager; and Rick Caparco, Empire Crane Company LLC service manager.
(L-R) are Louis Sanchez, Elmer W. Davis Inc. operator; Luke Lonergan, Empire Crane Company LLC CEO; Carl Benson, Elmer W. Davis Inc. fleet manager; Katie Pharoah, Empire Crane Company LLC sales manager; and Rick Caparco, Empire Crane Company LLC service manager.
(L-R) are Louis Sanchez, Elmer W. Davis Inc. operator; Luke Lonergan, Empire Crane Company LLC CEO; Carl Benson, Elmer W. Davis Inc. fleet manager; Katie Pharoah, Empire Crane Company LLC sales manager; and Rick Caparco, Empire Crane Company LLC service manager. The BT28106 will be the ninth Terex (fourth BT28106) in Elmer W. Davis Inc.'s continually growing crane fleet.

On Oct. 5, Elmer W. Davis Inc. picked up its new 2018 Terex BT28106 boom truck from Empire Crane Company LLC in Syracuse, N.Y. The BT28106 will be the ninth Terex (fourth BT28106) in its continually growing crane fleet.

Elmer W. Davis Inc., one of the largest roofing contractors in New York, has become particulary fond of Terex cranes. Superintendent Damon Runyon expressed the “ease of service” with his Terex machines, saying they are “reliable cranes with almost no downtime.”

With a 28 ton (25 t) capacity, 106 ft. (32 m) boom and 30 to 47 ft. (9 to 14 m) jib, the company has found the Terex BT28106 to be the crane for it. The BT28106 offers a modular, dual-control console for operation from either side of the crane, work area definition and high-performance hydraulics.

Fleet Manager Carl Benson said, “the boom length and jib length fits our roofing needs and the rapid mobility of a boom truck makes things a lot easier. We don't have to worry about transportation or set-up and take-down time.”

The crane's first job will be a roofing at the Wegmans Supermarket in Fairmount, N.Y.

About Elmer W. Davis Inc.

Elmer W. Davis Inc. is a roofing and sheet metal contractor that has been in business for more than 80 years. It is the largest roofing contractor in New York State and during peak season has as many as 300 employees working in the field. Elmer W. Davis Inc is owned and operated from Rochester, N.Y., and travels to jobs throughout central and western New York.

About Empire Crane Company

Empire Crane Company was founded by Paul and Luke Lonergan in 2002. It is an authorized dealer of Terex, Tadano Mantis, Kobelco crawler cranes, Shuttlelift carry deck cranes, Manitex boom trucks, Wolffkran tower cranes and Magni telehandlers. Empire Crane offers sales, parts and service at its offices in Syracuse, N.Y., Bridgewater, N.J., and Boston Mass.