Cropac is broadening its product offering with new Terex tower cranes
The Terex Cranes distributor for Atlantic Canada, Cropac Equipment, is broadening its product offering with new models of Terex tower cranes and expanding its territory to include all of Eastern Canada.
Already one of the largest distributors of Terex and Demag cranes in Canada, Cropac Equipment has recently added more than 35 new Terex tower cranes to its inventory. Cropac Equipment's new crane models include a variety of Terex flat top, hammerhead and luffing jib tower crane models, and are available through any of the dealer's four locations.
"Our customers are thrilled to see us bolstering our tower crane inventory," says James Graham, business development manager for Cropac Equipment. "With a more diverse and expanded Terex tower crane line, we're better able to meet the specific needs of contractors in our territory. And we know our customers will be happy with the quality and innovation built into every Terex tower crane we sell."
Over the past year, Cropac Equipment has expanded in the busy Canadian tower crane industry, which is a tremendous advantage for contractors working in the Atlantic Canada area because it reduces the wait times on projects. Cropac Equipment has also grown its parts inventory to further ensure it can be responsive to all of its customers' needs.
"Cropac Equipment has been a wonderful partner for Terex Cranes and their customers," according to Dean Barley, VP & general manager of Terex Cranes. "We're happy to play a role in their success and admire their commitment to the companies they serve. They do a great job."
Founded in 1977, Cropac is a leader in crane sales and support in North America and worldwide. It is headquartered in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
Besides Terex and Demag cranes, it is also the authorised distributor for Manitex boom trucks, Kobelco crawlers, Broderson carry deck cranes, Potain self-erector cranes and Tadano Mantis tele-crawlers. Cropac Equipment also sells Peiner and Commedil tower cranes and used Grove, Linkbelt, Tadano and Liebherr cranes.