Hirschmann presents 2013 Top Sales Award to Crane Warning Systems Inc.
Hirschmann Automation and Control (PAT), Chambersburg, PA has awarded Crane Warning Systems Inc. of Lakeland, FL Hirschmann’s 2013 Top Sales Award for North America. This is the fifth year in a row that Crane Warning Systems has received this award. Eric Mowen, Hirschmann’s Retrofit Sales Manager, presented the award to Randy Dickinson of Crane Warning Systems at ConExpo in Las Vegas, NV.
Crane Warning Systems has been a dedicated Hirschmann Premier Dealer since the dealer network was established in 2002. Over the past 12 years, the support and commitment of the Crane Warning Systems team has been integral in the development of this successful partnership.
Crane Warning Systems offers Hirschmann’s entire line of PAT, Krueger, and Hirschmann branded crane operator aids including load moment indicators (LMI), wireless and hard-wired indicators, and anti-two block systems. For more information about Crane Warning Systems, visit their website at www.cranewarning.com
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