22/06/2006 - 05:00 am

Elliott Crane Rental and AmQuip Form Strategic Alliance in Tennessee

Elliott Crane Rental of Nashville, Tenn., and AmQuip, headquartered near Philadelphia, recently formed the Elliott/AmQuip Crane rental team in the Tennessee Valley Region. With the newly formed partnership, the new alliance will provide crane rental customers the most complete line of cranes and product support available in the region.

Elliott Crane Rental has one of the most complete inventories of hydraulic and conventional cranes in the region. By joining forces with AmQuip, Elliott/AmQuip now offers its customers the ability to be a one-stop shop. This includes a complete line of hammer-head and luffing tower cranes, rough terrains, large crawler cranes, hydraulic truck cranes, and all-terrain cranes up to 550 ton.

"I think the Elliott/AmQuip partnership is the most exciting development in the crane rental industry I've ever seen,” said Clark Elliott, regional vice president of the new venture. “It allows two family-oriented businesses to continue to grow and offer the employees and customers the most extensive services available. This partnership will allow Elliott/AmQuip to help shape the skylines in the Ohio and Tennessee valley for years to come."

Frank Bardonaro, general manager of AmQuip, "The Crane People,” characterized the arrangement as the best team of crane rental companies that could ever have been assembled in the region. "Mr. Wesley and Bud Elliott have put Elliott/AmQuip in a position to combine two of the most successful family-owned businesses in the crane rental industry,” he said. “This partnership is certain to provide the employees and customers benefits that no other crane rental company will be able to surpass. We are excited to continue to expand into these markets with a group of people who have the same values, work ethic, and expectations that we share. This relationship will allow Elliott/AmQuip to offer its current customers additional products, and opens up the door to future growth and expansion in nearby states."


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