CraneWorks Now Has the 8th-Largest Crane Fleet in North America
CraneWorks is excited to announce that Scott Wilson has joined the company, taking on a newly-created position as the organization’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Scott is a former CraneWorks customer, joining the company with forty years of crane industry experience. Scott began his journey at just 17 years old in Huntsville, AL. Scott operated cranes and forklifts, drove trucks, moved machinery, and repaired equipment for his first 16-years in the industry.
After a long field career with a small company, Scott moved into a sales position with a major crane company and eventually moved into management with another major crane companies across the US. Scott’s most recent position was as President of a large crane company, starting with just two locations and slowly growing to more than a dozen locations and over 650 employees.
In his new role, Scott will work with employees across the CraneWorks organization, from executives to General Managers and from salespeople to marketing personnel, to craft a strategic plan to better communicate the value of our cranes, equipment, and people to the world.
Over the next year, Scott will rack up some serious frequent flyer miles, crossing the nation to visit with both customers and employees to build brand awareness, show off the company’s many capabilities (including our crane repair facilities and mobile service trucks), and better understand our customers’ needs.
CraneWorks Denver General Manager Bob Maze shows Scott Wilson the ropes on his first day
“I want to thank Dave Collis, Keith Ayers and Bob Maze for allowing me to take my next step in the crane industry,” said Scott. “Dave Collis is famous throughout the industry as the undisputed king of material handling cranes. Likewise, Keith Ayers and Bob Maze are also known coast-to-coast in the industry, and over the last few years, they’ve built a strong reputation for mobile crane building, sales, and service.”
“Scott’s one of those rare guys who started in the trenches, kept at it, and over time worked his way to the top,” said Keith Ayers, CraneWorks CEO. “Since he worked in nearly every aspect of the crane industry, he can tell the sales team from firsthand experience what’s important to the crews in the field, business owners, buyers, crane operators, project managers, schedulers, dispatchers, and more.