By The Numbers

The ALL Family of Companies is a leader in the lift industry, with the numbers to prove it.

See for yourself why WE'RE ALL YOU NEED.TM


50+

Years in business. ALL celebrated a Golden Anniversary in 2014. What started with three brothers and just one crane in 1964 is now three generations strong. 

37

Strategically located branches in the U.S. and Canada – making ALL the largest privately-held crane rental and sales operation in North America

1,500

Employees who make ALL the Difference™. 

3,500+

Pieces of lift equipment for rent or sale in the ALL fleet, including crawler cranes from (40—1,000 USt), all terrain cranes (from 40—900 USt), rough terrain cranes (from 15—150 USt), truck cranes (from 35—140 USt), boom trucks (from 8—80 USt), and industrial cranes (from 8—25 USt). Lift equipment also includes boom and scissor lifts (from 10—185 ft) and material handlers (from 5,000—20,000 lbs).

400+/2,000+

Tractors (400+) and trailers (2,000+) in our own fleet. By utilizing our own trucks, we can deliver our lift equipment to customer faster and at a lower cost, and even offer 24-hour service.

175

The average number of service trucks in the ALL fleet -- and technicians to go with them. For customers, that means ON SITE maintenance, saving time and money.

100,000+

Aftermarket crane parts in the ALL Family Parts Warehouse. From bolts to complete engines, they are packaged and ready to ship. In fact, ALL stocks more aftermarket parts than any other source in North America.

125

Spare engines in ALL's inventory. That's means there's a spare for just about every model in the fleet.

1

Number of polar bears that ALL's Wisconsin division, Dawes, rescued from the Milwaukee Zoo. 

3

Brothers and generations. Three brothers founded ALL Erection & Crane Rental and their passion for the industry has been carried down for three generations. The founders are still involved in daily operations, with second and third generation family members in leadership roles.

640

The height in feet of the Manitowoc 21000 with luffing jib. This is more than double the height of the Statue of Liberty (300 ft) and more than 200 ft taller than Godzilla in the 2014 film. 

8

Specialized bays in the main service shop at ALL headquarters where  regular maintenance, inspections, and repairs are performed. ALL rebuilds transmissions, winches, air controls, hoses, brakes, and more. 

10

Revolutionary Manitowoc MLC300s that ALL purchased, including serial number 1, 2, and 3. The 330-ton crawler features Variable Position Counterweight (VPC). The patented lifting technology responds to the load on the hook by sliding the counterweight back and forth as needed to maximize lifting capacity and reduce overall tail swing.

1,000 USt

Capacity of ALL's Manitowoc 21000 crawler cranes. Of the 8 in the world, ALL owns 3. Qualified field service technicians are required to complete Manitowoc’s rigid assembly, operation, and maintenance course for the 21000.

40

Acres at ALL's flagship yard in Cleveland. This site was home to the original trailer in which the company started, as well as the first official headquarters building on Old Rockside Road.

3D

Lift planning – an internet based application. With the increased ability to calculate details, ALL can work with customers to find the most economical crane configurations, plan around obstructions, and view the site from all angles – saving time and money. Most importantly, thorough lift planning improves safety by increasing foresight and realtime accuracy.

15

The number of Liebherr LRT 1090-2.1 RTs ALL ordered ahead of their 2017 debut. This model represents the respected German crane manufacturer's re-entry into the rough terrain market. 

50,000+

Average hours of annual training. The ALL Family operates mandatory, rigorous technical training programs, including direct-from-the-manufacturer training.

6

The number of new 250-USt Link-Belt TCC-2500s ALL purchased, including the first off the line. ALL has taken the first order of every telecrawler model that Link-Belt has introduced, including the TCC-250, the TCC-1100, and the TCC-500.