NCSG acquires H&H Crane Service

11 November 2014

Ted Redmond, NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul president

Ted Redmond, NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul president

Crane rental company H&H Crane Service in Montana has been acquired by the US subsidiary of Canada-based NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Corporation.

Tom Harant founded the H&H Crane Service parent company in Great Falls, Montana, in 1987. Harant has taken an ownership interest in NCSG, and will work to grow the crane and heavy haul services business in the Great Falls region. "I will continue to run the business and NCSG / H&H Crane will continue to provide our long term customers with fully operated and maintained crane and lifting services and we will enhance these services with additional equipment from NCSG's crane and heavy haul operations," said Harant.

"H&H has a proud 27 year history of providing fully operated and maintained crane and lifting solutions to its many customers in the Great Falls region and we are thrilled to be partnering with Tom Harant and the rest of the H&H team going forward," said Ted Redmond, NCSG president. "We will continue to provide crane services to the Great Falls market and plan to grow our crane and heavy haul fleet in this market to meet the needs of current customers and the proposed projects in the region."

Montana is experiencing substantial economic growth and is the location of a number of proposed wind farms, proposed refinery expansions, and home to the western portion of the Bakken oil shale, NCSG said. NCSG has 700 employees and fleet of more than 290 cranes, 235 lines of hydraulic platform trailers, 300 conventional trailers and specialized rigging services such as jack & slide and hydraulic gantries.

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