From left Ingo Schiller president and COO Tadano America Weston Settlemier president and CEO of Bigge Ron Dogotch senior vice president Tadano America and Brian Noga vice president Gulf Region Bigge celebrate the agreement
From left: Ingo Schiller, president and COO, Tadano America; Weston Settlemier, president and CEO of Bigge; Ron Dogotch, senior vice president Tadano America; and Brian Noga, vice president Gulf Region, Bigge, celebrate the agreement.

Tadano Names Bigge Crane Dealer for Four Southwest States

Bigge Crane & Rigging has been appointed the Tadano dealer for Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. Bigge, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2016, has been a Tadano partner for nearly three decades. With several locations in the area, Bigge is a natural fit for the region and has made a significant inventory commitment to service the four-state area.

“For many years Tadano products have been central to Bigge’s existing crane fleet, and this agreement expands our long-term relationship with the company,” said Weston Settlemier, president and CEO of Bigge. “Having a dealer relationship is consistent with our core business and will help us continue to grow our crane sales and rental operations.”

“Like Tadao, Bigge is committed to offering the best in crane products and customer service, making for a great partnership,” Ingo Schiller, president and chief operating officer of Tadano America said. “They have all the resources necessary to be successful with our products for their territory and we look forward to supporting their efforts.”

“The long relationship our two companies have enjoyed for nearly 30 years has created a strong foundation for continued growth and expansion of both the Bigge and Tadano brands,” added Ron Dogotch, senior vice president of national accounts for Tadano America.




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