Tadano Adds Service Personnel in Canada

Tadano America has named new service personnel in Canada.


Matthew Shukalek has recently been hired as regional service manager in Canada, working out of the Tadano Edmonton, Alberta, office. Shukalek is responsible for managing the service support in Canada. With more than eight years of experience and training, in a wide variety of heavy duty and crane equipment, Shukalek possesses a Red Seal certificate. Prior to joining Tadano, Mathew was with Sterling Crane and Syncrude Canada. 


Lee Parkinson has been named as Tadano’s regional service engineer-Canada, primarily working out of the Edmonton, Alberta, office. Parkinson’s experience spans over 20 years working on a wide variety of mobile heavy equipment, including mobile cranes, in the areas of electronics, hydraulics, mechanics and pneumatics. Parkinson possesses a Red Seal certificate and is a Certified Journeyman, as well as a private pilot. Prior to joining Tadano, Lee was with Sterling Crane, Southpaw Enterprises, and Volker Stevin Construction.



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