Maxim Crane Expands Heavy Hauling Division with New Florida Location
Maxim Crane is consistently working to meet the growing demands of its customers. The Maxim Team is committed to recognizing regional and national needs to ensure we are providing the necessary coverage, safety, personnel and equipment to not only meet, but to exceed its customers’ expectations.
Recently, Maxim Crane expanded its Heavy Transportation and Rigging division with the addition of a new location in Bithlo, FL. The state-of-the-art facility is located on nearly 15 acres, provides both inside and outside storage and is strategically located to provide the Florida and eastern USA with complete heavy haul, rigging and lifting services. The Team that has been assembled averages more than 20 years of specialty lifting and rigging expertise per person and has proven their capabilities throughout the United States.
“We recognized the need to expand our heavy haul and rigging division for the purposes of customer reach, increase in inventory space, and to dedicate a location that solely concentrates on these services. It will allow our team to strategically place equipment throughout our regions and to offer turn-key lifting services including PST Goldhofer Trailers, Hydraulic Gantries, Strand-Jacks, Cantilever Beams, Jack and Slide Systems, and the Alternative Lift Tower (ALT),” stated Gulf Coast Manager, John Boone.
“The expansion into our new Heavy Haul Headquarters and strategic placement of equipment throughout the country with over 50 branch locations will allow us to be more competitive, while giving our current customers access to all the services offered by Maxim Crane Works, L.P.”, stated Frank Bardonaro, C.O.O. “We have listened to our customers and their need to have a “one-stop-shop” when it comes to the heavy lift cranes and the equipment packages. This could be anything from a large HVAC project to moving turbines across the region. John Boone and the team have the engineering and operational expertise to ensure the project is completed safely, on time and on budget”, he concluded.
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