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ALL Aerials, a subsidiary of ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp., has acquired approximately 250 new aerial lifts from JLG.

According to the company, the new equipment offers boom heights from 30 feet up to 150 feet and includes several models, such as JLG's 150-foot boom lift (150HAX). The 150-foot platform height allows access to high outdoor applications and is driveable at full elevation, ALL Aerials says. In addition, the chassis width provides access to narrow industrial aisles and congested work areas.

"We are aggressively pursuing acquisitions of new equipment in the aerial market," says Michael Liptak, ALL Erection & Crane Rental president. "This year, we have made a major thrust in the area of specialty aerial lifts that will upgrade our fleet with the newest, most exciting equipment to serve our customers' diverse needs."

Other specialty lifts added to the ALL Aerials fleet include crawler-type lifts, 60-foot electric boom lifts and models with on-board welders. The crawler-type lifts are ideal for applications where the lifts have to traverse steep embankments or muddy, soft or sandy terrain, the company adds. The onboard welders allow workers to weld pipes, for instance, up to 125 feet in the air - eliminating other more awkward or dangerous solutions.

For more information, contact ALL Aerials at (330) 659-9600 or visit allaerials.com.


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