Mazzella acquires Rouster Wire Rope & Rigging

By Laura Hatton13 November 2015

Overhead lifting and rigging company Mazzella Companies, based in the USA, has acquired Rouster Wire Rope & Rigging.

Rouster is a supplier of synthetic rope, wire rope, chain slings, nylon and polyester web slings. The company is based in Mabscott, West Virginia, USA.

Tony Mazzella, Mazzella Companies CEO, said, “Chuck Farmer and Rouster Wire Rope & Rigging are well known as experts in the lifting business. Chuck's vision and knowledge in the application of high strength synthetic ropes will be invaluable to Mazzella. Their focus on safety has been the foundation of their outstanding reputation and fits right in with our culture.”

Chuck Farmer, who will continue to lead the growth and expansion of the business said, “The opportunity to sell additional lifting products and services is exciting. Expanding on the latest and emerging technologies in the lifting business has just been magnified. Our customers will reap the benefits of Rouster becoming part of the family of Mazzella Companies.”

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