Crane Carrier Company, a division of Hines Specialty Vehicle Group (HSVG), today announced that it has secured an order from Stinger Inc. that will supply the farm equipment manufacturer chassis for its 2015 production.
The chassis will be built at HSVG’s state of the art production facility in New Philadelphia, OH beginning in January, 2015 and completing in July.
“We’re very pleased to be continuing our long term relationship with this customer,” said Randy Rollins, President of HSVG. “This order speaks to the exceptional quality and support we are able to provide for this, and all our products.”
“Since partnering with Crane Carrier for our chassis we’ve seen solid year-over-year growth,” said Karl Matlack, VP and Operations Manager at Stinger. “Working with Crane Carrier to design and build the chassis has proven to be the most successful decision in the company’s history and the quality and durability provide our customers with a machine they can count on time and again.”
The chassis are coupled with, according to Stinger, “the worlds’ fastest self-propelled bale wagon” which can handle eight to twelve hay bales at a time.
Both companies look forward to a continued prosperous partnership.
About Crane Carrier Company:
Crane Carrier Company is a leading manufacturer of on and off road chassis which support the oil and gas drilling industry as well as agriculture, and trash haulers with offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma and New Philadelphia, OH. Crane Carrier Company is a Hines Specialty Vehicle Group company.
About Hines Specialty Vehicle Group (HSVG):
Headquartered in New Philadelphia, Ohio, HSVG is a Hines Corporation Company and provides commercial vehicles and services to the Agriculture, Oil & Gas, Trash Hauler and Concrete Mixer markets under the Crane Carrier, Kimble Chassis and Kimble Mixer brands.
Posted October 20, 2014