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Western Pacific Crane & Equipment Opens New Facility

Both new and used cranes will be available at this location, as well as cranes for long term rental purchase options.

Wed October 28, 2015 - West Edition
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The facility is located at 19602 60th Ave. NE, Arlington, Wash. 98223 and is replacing the Fife, Wash., location.
The facility is located at 19602 60th Ave. NE, Arlington, Wash. 98223 and is replacing the Fife, Wash., location.

Western Pacific Crane & Equipment’s Arlington, Wash., facility is 23,000 sq. ft., sits on four acres, and includes an upgraded warehouse. The warehouse features complete in-house capabilities, including blasting and painting, and is Elite status certified by Manitowoc for its replacement parts inventory levels, modern tooling and the ability to perform complicated repairs.

“We are proud to open this new cutting edge facility,” said Bob Johnson, president of Western Pacific. “As the West coast’s only authorized Manitowoc, Grove and National crane dealer, we are adding a broader range of capabilities with this facility to better serve our customers.”

Randy DeFosse, general manager of the Northwest region, will oversee the new facility.

“Our goal is always to find ways to give our customers faster service and better parts availability. This new location features both a state-of-the-art parts warehouse, along with a leading edge service center to support Western Pacific customers,” said DeFosse. “The new Arlington facility gives us the tools to stay at the forefront of meeting our customers’ needs for parts, service and sales.”

Both new and used cranes will be available at this location, as well as cranes for long term rental purchase options. The facility is located at 19602 60th Ave. NE, Arlington, Wash. 98223 and is replacing the Fife, Wash., location.

For more information, call 253/254-7950 or visit www.wpcrane.com.




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