March 13 - Kentucky-headquartered construction equipment manufacturer Link-Belt sold a number of cranes on the third day of the ConExpo convention in Las Vegas.
Link-Belt sold a LB238 lattice boom crawler crane to Newington, New Hampshire-based R.S. Audley. Davis Motor Crane Service, based in Fort Worth, Texas, picked up a 110RT rough terrain crane.
Dan's Excavating, based out of Michigan, acquired three Link Belt 228s. Meanwhile, Ontario-headquartered Arlington Crane Service purchased a HTC series telescopic truck crane. Fort Wayne-based Smith Erectors also added a Link Belt 75RT rough terrain model to its fleet.
W&W Crane and Rigging, headquartered in North Carolina, rounded off the day with the purchase of a Link Belt 3210 all terrain crane.
W&W Crane and Rigging at the Link-Belt stand, ConExpo, Las Vegas.