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:
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.
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.
Boasting the largest lifting capacity of Tadano's rough terrain cranes, the Tadano GR-1600 can lift up to 160 US tons. When coupled with its innovative, six-section round telescoping boom, its 201.1 feet lifting height and its compact design, the Tadano GR-1600 ushers in a new era of maneuverability and lifting capacities for today's job site.
The Broderson RT400 is the most powerful crane from this long-standing company. Capable of lifting up to 20 tons, this crane can handle a range of rough terrain found on the job site. A four-section boom sequentially extends and retracts while offering a continuous rotation of 360 degrees. This feature allows the Broderson RT400 to lift heavy loads higher. Whip is reduced as well by this design when the crane is used to move heavy loads.
Terex Cranes have the reputation for being competent, durable workhorses that do not let you down. Their many operator-friendly features make them favorites at the worksite, as well. Rough terrain brings special challenges that require toughness and maneuverability.
The Terex Quadstar 1100 is the finest of rough terrain cranes, with proven maneuverability and ground clearance suitable for the most rugged conditions. The Quadstar 1100 combines durability and flexibility with low ownership cost. All features are built for operation in rugged terrain and conditions. Typical operating functions for the Quadstar 1100 are bridge building, large-scale construction, and refinery or other plant projects. But this crane will go anywhere that it is needed.
Combine a maximum capacity of 80 US tons, the ability to get on the highway and tackle rough terrain with ease and the result is the Terex T 780 crane. With a 450 horsepower engine and an enhanced 126-foot maximum boom length, the Terex T 780 is a tough and versatile addition to any job site.
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.
A number of businesses run into the issue of needing specialized equipment for a particular project. The decision about whether this piece of equipment should be rented or purchased can make a big difference in the stability of the company itself. Cranes are one of the most common pieces of specialty equipment that cause firms, such as construction companies, to wonder if renting or buying is better for their bottom line.
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.