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Capital City Group Adds Alimak Hek Hoist to its Fleet

Alimak Hek last week announced that Capital City Group has become the newest fleet owner to add the Alimak Scando 650 FC construction hoist to its product range. Currently one of the Midwest’s leading providers of crane rental, construction hoist rental, and field services, Capital City Group owns and operates more than 50 cranes, and conducts regional operations through its newly opened Ohio-based facility. This purchase marks the company’s inauguration into the Alimak Hek owner network.

Capital City Group will offer the Scando 650 for rent with the option to have the equipment manned by a qualified operator. The product will accompany the company’s broad portfolio of industrial, tower, crawler, self-erecting and mobile cranes, allowing contractors from across the United States to satisfy their complex lifting needs.

All of the Scando 650 hoists will have the A3 GPS system installed, which will provide immediate and continuous access to the best service available, no matter where the hoist is located. In addition to the product’s non-counterweighted design and speed, highly valued customer benefits including quick installation, reduced jobsite congestion, ease of operation, and safety and compliance with ANSI A10.4 also solidified Capital City Group’s decision to add the equipment to its fleet.

Alimak Hek offers access to its products, after-sales services and customer support through a comprehensive network of wholly owned sales, rental and service companies around the world. The company’s product brands, Alimak, Champion and Hek, have become leading names in construction hoists, industrial lifts, mast climbing work platforms, transport platforms and material hoists as well as underground equipment for both temporary and permanent installations.

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