Elliott Equipment Co.
Elliott Equipment Co. was founded in 1948 when Richard Elliott developed the first truck-mounted telescoping aerial work platform and crane. The Glazer family bought the company in 1990. Jim Glazer serves as the company´s president and CEO. Today, the company builds more than 40 truck-mounted aerial work platform and crane models, from the original Hi-Reach to the Skywalk and BoomTruck. The equipment is used in a wide array of industries including electrical, oil and gas, construction, signage, lighting, maintenance, transportation, utilities, ports and mining.
Glazer says the company currently does business in the U.S., Canada, Chile, Colombia, Peru and China and plans to expand. Elliott is benefiting from strength in the copper mining industry in Chile and coal mining in Colombia, The company also benefits from tapping into a network of well-established distributors in South America
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