Stephenson Equipment, Inc. or SEI specializes in serving the crane and heavy lifting industries and the construction, paving and road repair and maintenance markets in the Pennsylvania and New York state areas. SEI offers new and used crane sales, crane rentals, crane parts and crane service to New York regions like Western New York including cities like Buffalo, Rochester and Niagara Falls, Central New York cities like Syracuse, Oneida, Utica, Ithaca, Auburn and Cooperstown, Eastern and Upstate New York cities like Albany, Ogdensburg, Plattsburgh, Watertown, Schenectady, Amsterdam and Middleburgh.
SEI offers crane sales, crane rentals, crane parts and crane service for the entire state of Pennsylvania, major cities like Pittsburgh, Erie, Johnstown, Altoona, Butler, Somerset, Bedford, State College, Williamsport, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Reading, Philadelphia, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, and Easton just to name a few.
SEI proudly represents the Manitowoc family of cranes including Manitowoc lattice boom crawler cranes, National Crane boom trucks, Grove cranes, Grove Yard Boss Industrial cranes (formerly Shuttlelift) and Potain tower cranes.
Stephenson offers repair services with over 30 mobile repair trucks operated by our knowledgeable and highly trained service technicians.
Offering new and used crane, construction, heavy highway, paving and road/asphalt maintenance equipment sales, rentals, parts and service.
CCO TRAINING – OSHA INSPECTION
Stephenson Equipment offers a complete package that a business can count on, as a part of this complete package SEI offers CCO certified crane operator training and testing. Stephenson Equipment, Inc. fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).finishing out this complete package from Stephenson equipment is our OSHA inspections and Dielectric testing team of highly trained and certified employees.
Stephenson Equipment serves the construction industry with a full line of dirt equipment from JCB who manufactures the worlds strongest backhoes, versatile loadalls, wheel loaders, the world’s safest skid steer, compact track loaders, rough terrain fork lifts, mini excavators and full sized excavators just to name a few. SEI also represents highway class and road class paving and road repair & asphalt maintenance equipment from manufacturers like LeeBoy, Rosco, Bomag, Midland, and Stepp. SEI offers sales, rentals, parts and service for all the equipment we represent including machines like pavers and paving equipment, milling machines, asphalt rollers and compaction, road wideners, brooms and sweepers, tack tanks, asphalt distributers, asphalt recyclers, and hot boxes.
The various lines of equipment that SEI offers is key to the service that the many municipal and various government entities like townships, boroughs, towns and villages of Pennsylvania and New York provide to their residents. Equipment lines from Tiger Mowers (PA customers), Diamond Mowers (NY customers) and Bandit Industries (chippers, stump grinders and “Beast” horizontal grinders) and Tarco leaf collectors are just a few of these equipment lines. Of course Stephenson Equipment offers sales, rentals, parts and repair service on all this equipment.
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