Pinnacle Cranes Holds Training Event in Charlotte
(L-R) are Jeff Campbell of AME Inc; Keith Ernandez, United Contractors; Jim Mackinson, Pinnacle Cranes; and David Peters; Link-Belt.
Earl Johnson III (L) of Southern Crane and Jim Mackinson of Pinnacle Cranes go over the Manitex boom trucks that were on display for the event.
(L-R): Mike Ogle, Link-Belt, Patrick Leatherwood of Pinnacle Cranes and Matt Brooks of Crowder Construction go over a few of the product enhancements on the Link-Belt cranes.
Pinnacle Cranes has a fleet of service trucks equipped to meet its customers’ needs.
The staff of Pinnacle Cranes, as well as representatives from Link-Belt and Manitex, stands with their customers prior to the event.
Pinnacle Cranes, a division Carolina Tractor, hosted a customer engagement training day July 17 at its Charlotte, N.C., office.
The event was held to enhance the company’s customer service experience and featured a customer panel consisting of Matt Brooks, Crowder Construction; Keith Ernandez of United Contractors; Earl Johnson III of Southern Crane and Jeff Campbell of AME Inc.
This panel provided valuable insight on what they look for in product support and ideas on how Pinnacle Cranes can become the leading crane service company in the Carolinas.
A cookout lunch was provided.