Technicians Troubleshoot, Perform Maintenance at Terex Utilities Service School

Date: 16-07-2019 / Author: abrumm
Terex Utilities Service School

July 16, 2019 – Equipment technicians from Australia, India, Indonesia, Canada, and the United States received hands-on service training at the 35th Annual Terex Utilities Service School held in June at Lake Area Technical Institute.

During the three-day event in Watertown, S.D., 48 participants rotated through their choice of 18 stations. Stations included training on specific aerial devices, digger derricks, and auger drill models, components, maintenance, and troubleshooting.

Genie Names New North American Sales Executives

Date: 11-06-2019 / Author: abrumm
Joshua Meyer

June 11, 2019 – Terex AWP appointed Joshua Meyer to the role of Genie vice president of North American sales, as well as promoted Doug Evans and Rick Penkert as Genie regional vice presidents.

Genie Event to Address New North American MEWP Standards

Date: 10-06-2019 / Author: abrumm
Scott Owyen, Genie senior training manager, Terex AWP

June 6, 2019 – Genie has invited customers to ask questions and get answers about the ANSI A92.22-2018 (United States) and CSA B354.7:17 (Canada) standards during its upcoming “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) event, June 10-14.

The event will also provide customers with information on the recent appeals to the standards and explain which parts of the standards these appeals specifically apply.

Terex Introduces TL Series Aerials at EUFMC 2019

Date: 03-06-2019 / Author: abrumm
TL Series of aerial devices

June 3, 2019 – Terex Utilities expanded its TL Series of aerial devices at the 2019 Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference (EUFMC) on June 3 with three new telescopic and material handling models designed for transmission work.

“Cost-effective mounting options, commonality of parts, and reduced maintenance features are ways TL transmission aerial devices deliver economical cost of ownership over the life of the equipment,” said Dan Brenden, director of engineering.

Terex Utilities Releases Edge Online Training

Date: 16-05-2019 / Author: abrumm
Terex Edge Training

May 15, 2019 –The Edge online training curriculum from Terex Utilities offers a convenient, self-paced training tool for operators seeking to document their understanding of aerial device and digger derrick operation.

Terex Relocates Denver Area Service Center to New Facility

Date: 20-03-2019 / Author: kscally
Terex Service Center Corey Mozey

The Terex Service Center serving the Denver market has relocated to Commerce City, Colorado, providing improved accessibility for its customers in its Utilities and AWP divisions.

The move is 12 miles from the previous location and eases access from the I-70 and I-270 highway corridor.

Terex Utilities to Join Genie

Date: 27-02-2019 / Author: kscally
Genie S-65 XC boom lift

Terex Corporation announced plans for Terex Utilities to join Genie in its Terex AWP business segment, effective immediately.

The company also shared its decision to sell Demag Mobile Cranes to Tadano Ltd., making the announcement as part of its financial results for 2018 with reported net sales of $5.1 billion, an increase of 18% versus net sales of $4.4 billion for the full year 2017.

Universal Equipment President Alastair Robertson Dies

Date: 31-01-2019 / Author: kscally
Alastair Robertson

Longtime MEWP industry veteran and advocate Alastair Robertson, president of Universal Equipment in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, died Jan. 30, 2019. He was 69.

Robertson, who was born Oct. 28, 1949, started in the MEWP industry in 1981 as a sales manager for Simon Aerials, which was subsequently purchased by Terex, followed by roles at Economy Engineering (acquired by Snorkel), Snorkel, Grove Manlift, and Skyjack. He then worked at S and R Equipment, JLG’s dealer in Chicago, from 1991 to 1995.

Terex Opens New Washington Service Center

Date: 31-01-2019 / Author: kscally
Terex Washington Service Center

Terex relocated its Service Center in Seattle, opening a new location approximately 15 miles southeast in Kent, Washington.

The new Service Center offers upgraded service and inspection capabilities and supports a broader market of equipment owners. 

“We are excited about this new site as it is centrally located and provides easy access from both Seattle and Tacoma,” said Jerry Kienast, regional operations manager. “These two markets are among the top five cities in Washington state.”