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Woods CRW’s New Facility in North Oxford, Mass. Opens

Thu November 08, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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The greatly expanded parts warehousing capacity has significantly improved Woods CRW’s ability to quickly support its customers’ cranes.
The greatly expanded parts warehousing capacity has significantly improved Woods CRW’s ability to quickly support its customers’ cranes.
The greatly expanded parts warehousing capacity has significantly improved Woods CRW’s ability to quickly support its customers’ cranes. All of Woods CRW’s technicians have been certified and trained by the manufacturer to be able to properly troubleshoot any service issues that may develop. Woods CRW’s North Oxford facility team of technicians (L-R) are Marty McAvey, Tom Tallagnon, Nick Rinaldo, Zeb Auclair, and Mike Sylvia, general manager of Woods CRW North Oxford location. Mark Varricchione, crane sales specialist, has more than 10 years experience matching up customers’ needs with the right machine from the Woods CRW fleet. Joe Baccari, service manager, has made a lifelong career out of understanding the inner workings of cranes. Heated floors, two 15-ton overhead cranes, and plenty of ceiling height makes the new shop ideally suited to service machines. Oversized doors make access to the Woods CRW shop a breeze. The fleet of Woods CRW service trucks is properly equipped to resolve most service issues in the field.

Spanning eight years from concept to completion, the Woods CRW North Oxford, Mass. facility is now open for business.

Centrally located in southern New England, 45 mi. from Providence, 50 mi. from Boston, 55 mi. from Hartford, the 15,000-sq.- ft. facility is situated on a 5-acre lot. The new facility has been specifically designed and equipped for the maintenance and service of the cranes and includes 40-ft. (12.2 m) high ceilings, two 15-ton (13.6 t) overhead cranes, and three 100-ft. (30.5 m) drive-thru service bays, including a special 26-ft. (7.9 m) wide door for crawler cranes.