21:59 | 17.05.2019
Maxim Hires Industry Veterans to Lead Expansion of Its Pacific Northwest

Maxim Crane Works, LP, is pleased to welcome Travis Wilt and Alex
Clark to lead its expansion of a fully operated and maintained fleet of
crane related services in the Pacific Northwest. Travis will join Maxim
as the VP for the Pacific Northwest Division and Alex will become the VP
of Operations for the region. They will help to integrate the existing
Coast/Maxim Division with Greg Bellcoff, VP of Sales and regional
President Mark Swaney. “We are honored to have such an experienced team
of industry experts join the Maxim Company of Families. In addition to
Travis and Alex, Maxim has added a Hubbard, Oregon and downtown Portland
facility to our ‘Perfect Partner’ network of full service branch
operations. These new sites, along with existing branch locations in
Pasco, WA, Rochester, WA and an additional Portland site will provide
our customers in the PNW with the most comprehensive network of people
and facilities in the industry,” said Frank Bardonaro, COO for Maxim.

Bryan Carlisle, CEO for Maxim added, “We are extremely pleased with the
progress we have seen since the addition of the Coast/Essex team to our
PNW operations over the past few years. Travis and Alex will lead our
expansion into the operated and maintained services sector for this
region while also ensuring that Maxim is able to support our customers
with every type of lifting related service needed. We have 20 new cranes
on order to complement the 150 already working in the region. The PNW
regional cranes are supported by a combined fleet of nearly 200 tractors
and trailers as well as over 100 full time operating engineers,
mechanics and support team members. This is an exciting time for our
team and another investment in people, fleet, safety and footprint to
ensure that we are able to meet the demands of our expanding customer
base,” added Carlisle.

“This is a great opportunity to provide our customers with industry
leading equipment, safety and service,” stated Travis Wilt. “We are
looking forward to joining the existing Maxim team and bringing the
addition of fully operated and maintained services to the region,” he
added. “We know the Maxim team very well. We are confident and excited
that we will be able to leverage our operational experience and the
entire Maxim fleet and footprint to ensure that we are the ‘Perfect
Partner’ for all of our customer and employee needs,” added Alex Clark,
VP of Operations.
About Maxim Crane Works
Founded in 1937, Maxim is one of the largest lifting solutions
businesses in North America. Maxim, with its affiliated companies,
serves more than 10,000 customers through its fleet of over 2,600 cranes
and 56 branches. Maxim’s full suite of lift solutions include operated
and maintained cranes, bare rental cranes, heavy haul / rigging
services, and value-added advisory services. Maxim offers a full
portfolio of cranes used in a variety of end markets. For more
information about Maxim, please visit
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