Terex Equipment Opens Columbus, Ohio, Location

Words: Dan KamysTerex Equipment Opens Columbus, Ohio, Location

Terex Equipment Services (TES) is opening a new service center location in Columbus, Ohio. The location will service all brands of aerial and industrial crane equipment in the Great Lakes region. 

“We are very excited to bring TES together with Crane America Services (the North American service segment of Terex Material Handling and Port Solutions) for the first time,” says Siva Balakrishnan, VP and global manager, Terex Aerial Work Platforms. “CAS has many strengths to offer our aerial customers as they are a recognized leader in providing equipment maintenance and have built a reputation on a quality staff. Crane America Services invests thousands of hours per year to keep their personnel current with today’s codes and technologies.”

The new location will be staffed by factory-trained technicians to perform extensive engine repairs, warranty updates, annual inspections, maintenance and preventative maintenance on aerials and industrial cranes. The 17,500-square-foot location offers two full bays, additional space and a secure yard.
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