Alta named Tadano America distributor

By D.Ann Shiffler09 February 2021

Alta Equipment is now an authorized distributor of Tadano 

Tadano America has added Alta Equipment Company as an authorized distributor of Tadano all terrain and rough terrain cranes, as well as Demag all terrain cranes and Tadano-Mantis telescopic boom crawler cranes, in Illinois and Indiana. Since 1984, Alta Equipment has been a leader in construction equipment sales, parts, and service and rentals in the midwestern United States and other key markets.

“We are excited to add the Tadano crane product line to Alta’s product portfolio and expand our ability to provide high-quality equipment and product support to our customers in the Illinois and Indiana markets,” said Alta CEO Ryan Greenawalt. 

Gianni Campo, regional vice president of Alta Equipment CE division, said, “Adding Tadano to our crane segment portfolio further positions Alta as the most comprehensive distributor of high-end construction equipment products across our North American footprint. Tadano’s world-class products and inventory allows Alta to serve and service our customers throughout all regions in our construction equipment footprint.”

Tadano America Vice President of Sales Ken Butz welcomed Alta to the Tadano distributor family in North America.

“Alta Equipment has a great reputation for offering industry-leading products and excellent customer support,” Butz said. “All of us at Tadano look forward to working with Alta Equipment to serve the crane customer in Illinois and Indiana.”

Alta Equipment will soon have a wide range of Tadano cranes in stock including the all-new Tadano GTC-2000 with 172 US ton lifting capacity that will be coming later in 2021.

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