Irving Equipment named as exclusive Atlas crane importer for US

By Ian Vallely28 October 2016

Atlas has reached agreement with Irving Equipment for it to be the exclusive importer and primary di

Atlas has reached agreement with Irving Equipment for it to be the exclusive importer and primary distributor for Atlas Cranes in the US


Atlas has reached agreement with Irving Equipment, located in Tiffin, Ohio, USA for it to be the exclusive importer and primary distributor for Atlas Cranes into the US market. All products will be sold through authorised Atlas representatives.

This deal will allow for full distribution of Atlas Crane products through dealers as well as some direct sales. Additionally, Irving will offer work-ready truck and crane packages it has assembled in the Tiffin facility.

Along with being the US headquarters of Atlas Cranes, Irving will also offer sales, installation, and full service of the cranes along with boom inspection, repair and certification.

Fil Filipov, owner and chairman of Atlas, said, “Atlas is the traditionally innovative manufacturer of machinery and equipment with almost 100 years of experience in this business.

“The Irving family has over 145 years of combined experience selling and servicing hydraulic equipment with an extensive focus on articulating cranes and their various applications. Therefore, I am sure that we have found the ideal partner for growing our crane business in the United States even further.”

Brahim Stitou, managing director of Atlas, added, “Irving and Atlas have the same priorities: The customer always comes first and we are committed to providing customers with the highest quality products and services. Quality standards and customer satisfaction are measured in terms of service performance and reliability. Therefore, I am convinced that our partnership will turn out to be mutually profitable for both our companies.”

Atlas will be participating together with Irving Equipment in the Conexpo-CON/AGG 2017 trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada between March 7 and 11, 2017.

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