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Scott-Macon is a leading independent equipment company in the Southern region of the United States

The company’s operations include the sale, rental, parts sales and servicing of a wide variety of lifting equipment including rough terrain hydraulic cranes, all-terrain cranes, boom trucks, truck cranes, crawler cranes and industrial carrydeck cranes, specialized hydraulic crawler cranes, material handlers, and aerial lifts.

The Scott-Macon Difference: Crane Service and Repair

Author: Scott-Macon Equipment | Date: Sun, Jan 27, '19

What is the Scott-Macon difference? The Scott-Macon difference breaks down into three major components. First, we are totally committed to the finest and most efficient service experience for you. We stand behind your organization with our crane repair and service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Second, and just as important, is our experienced and knowledgeable group of service technicians. The average tenure for one of our service techs is over 5 years, and many of our mechanical experts boast over 20 years of service. Third, we maintain and staff an extensive network of Repair Centers from which our maintenance crews are dispatched. When you combine these attributes, they spell "excellence" for your service experience. Let's examine them, one by one:

What A Broderson Crane Can Do For Your Project

Author: Scott-Macon Equipment | Date: Wed, Jan 16, '19

What can a Broderson Crane do for your next project? The short answer is to bring the finest quality performance and rugged construction to your job site. The right tools make the toughest jobs easier, and Broderson Cranes are the right tools for Rough Terrain or Industrial jobs. Broderson Manufacturing has been building cranes that are versatile, durable, and of the highest quality for 45 years. Broderson specializes in Rough Terrain and Industrial Cranes. 

The Benefits of Crane Service That You Need Now

Author: Scott-Macon Equipment | Date: Sat, Jul 21, '18

Crane services can make a world of difference on any job in which you need a crane. If not set up correctly or put in the exact position that is needed, you can run into accidents, added unplanned hours and unexpected costs.

Basic Crane Safety for Crane Operations

Author: Scott-Macon Equipment | Date: Thu, Apr 26, '18

Lifting equipment safety should be at the top of your list of priorities on any crane operation. Accidents can be prevented if you approach safety concerns proactively rather than reactively. The implementation of a crane safety program can improve productivity, decrease downtime from needing repairs, keep your employees safe and keep bystanders in the area safe at all times.

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