Concrete Products

FEB 2019

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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14 • February 2019 NEWS SCOPE MANUFACTURERS Crane Carrier Co. has become an independent company comprised of Kimble Mixer Co., plus namesake trucks and vehicles, following the brands' sale by Hines Corp. to Turnspire Cap- ital Partners LLC and the management team. In conjunction with acquiring New Philadel- phia, Ohio, headquarters and manufacturing operations, Turnspire and management cite a substantial investment in CCC and will con- tinue to support the business with financial and strategic resources. Formerly the Hines Specialty Vehicle Group, CCC consists of CyKlone Mixers with Kimble Technology, Crane Carrier Co. (truck chassis) and Crane Carrier Engineered Chas- sis. "Demand for our products is growing as we continue to attract prominent customers and expand our aftermarket parts and cus- tomer service networks," says CCC President Randy Rollins. "Uniting with Turnspire and their record of fostering operational excel- lence and growth initiatives will allow us to best position Crane Carrier for the future." "An iconic brand, Crane Carrier is an ideal fit for our strategy of investing in A 4700-mounted CyKlone Mixer was on duty throughout World of Concrete 2019 for the Western Star Challenge, staged at the Las Vegas Convention Center Bronze Lot. New owner steers Kimble Mixer, Crane Carrier to the future high-quality businesses in specialty mar- kets," adds Turnspire Capital Managing Partner Ilya Koffman. "We look forward to working with the talented, experienced and dedicated leadership team and valued employees of CCC to support the Company's continued growth through their best-in-class products and superior customer service." From its headquarters south of Cleveland, he adds, CCC produces some of the most elite specialty trucks on the road today; its nameplates are longtime fixtures in private and municipal severe-duty fleets across the country. PHOTO: Concrete Products

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