Through 17 locations in the United States, and supported by more than 35 rental representatives nationwide, Lifting Gear Hire (LGH) can provide hoisting, pulling, jacking, rigging, material handling and safety equipment to meet virtually any lifting or moving needs. LGH has a comprehensive inventory of equipment for simple everyday tasks or for special projects, where expertise has to be matched with availability of the right equipment in sufficient quantity. All of this equipment has been carefully selected by LGH for its durability and longevity. All rental stock is maintained in excellent condition to be ready for immediate and above all, safe use.
“With multiple locations throughout the United States, LGH can provide quality equipment in a timely manner,” said LGH President Tony Fiscelli. “The reliability of our equipment allows customers to be more productive by having the right tool for the job.”
LGH continues to grow and expand, having plans in 2014 to add more warehouse locations and a number of sales and support staff. LGH has come a long way since it started 23 years ago when the company included only a staff of three who worked in a 5,000-square-foot warehouse.
The success of LGH is because of its commitment to lifting engineering and professionalism. From the initial advice LGH provides to assist in correct equipment selection through the efficiency of its quote processing to logistics and distribution systems, LGH ensures the right equipment is delivered to the right place at the right time.
“These levels of professionalism are only achieved by dedication, preparation, hard work and a willingness to assess all aspects of our company’s operations,” Fiscelli said. “This continuously ensures we achieve optimum levels of efficiency in all areas.”
LGH’s new warehouses, representatives
Within the past year, LGH has opened a number of new warehouses across the country. In January, LGH opened a warehouse in Tucker, Ga., located at 5149 South Royal Atlanta Drive. This warehouse will provide faster equipment rental turnaround times for customers in and around the Atlanta area. LGH’s Nashville warehouse has also relocated to 1887 Elm Tree Drive. These warehouses provide an expansive selection of rental equipment, larger scale rental equipment choices and more dock space for convenient equipment loading and unloading.
LGH has also added new rental representatives due to its recent growth. Bryen Birkholz will represent North Dakota. Birkholz has a proven track record of proficiency in customer relations, which made him the ideal candidate for LGH’s start-up venture in the North Dakota territory. Gary King has been hired by LGH as its new rental representative for the North Carolina market. Current rental representative, Jon Trucksis, will now be responsible for the South Carolina market. Trucksis has been with LGH since 2011 and was originally responsible for both North Carolina and South Carolina.
“As the industry continues to grow, LGH will be there learning and growing along with it,” Fiscelli said. “We continually strive to invest resources back into our company and employees and help our customers put safety first.”
For more information, visit www.lgh-usa.com/bic or call (800) 878-7305.