The All Family of Companies, also known as All Erection & Crane Rental Corp., has purchased 20 new JLG telehandlers including 10 G9-43As, five G10-55As and five G6-42s. The company also announced the purchase of nine Terex cranes, particularly for bridge construction and other related construction work.
“These telescopic forklifts will enhance All’s ability to meet customer demand,” said Michael Liptak, president of the All Family of Companies. The machines will replace older models recently sold to retail customers.
The package of cranes includes two Explorer 5500 140-ton cranes, a new all-terrain model. Also in the package were Bridge Builder specials – two HC 110 crawler cranes and two HC 165 (165-ton) crawlers, equipped with heavy boom and pin-on third drum. It also included two AC 100/4L 120-ton 4-axle all-terran cranes and one hydraulic truck crane.
“This entire package is made up of city-friendly machines that are compact and easily transported,” said Mike Garrity, director of new crane sales for All. “These units are excellent for construction, particularly in bridge repair, disassembly and rebuild projects.”
Garrity added that the All group is a tier-one Terex dealer in five states, including Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Wisconsin. "As a rental and sales leader, we love to expose customers to the brands for which we are a dealer."
All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. is based in Cleveland.