Jeffers Crane Service, Inc. (Lima)

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Jeffers Crane Service, Inc. (Lima)
1119 South Metcalf St.,
Lima, OH 45804
Toll Free: 888.758.8043
Main: 419.223.9010
Fax: 419.224.6982
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About This Branch

Jeffers Crane Service was established in 1948 and joined the ALL Family in 1995. Serving Western Ohio and Michigan with crane and forklift rentals, sales and service, Jeffers has extensive experience in refineries, chemical plants, and automotive facilities. The local fleet includes a wide variety of all-terrain cranes. Jeffers also offers rough-terrain cranes to up to 150-USt, as well as 5- to 22-USt industrial cranes. Jeffers is a top area supplier of scissor and aerial lifts (to 185 feet) as well as forklifts. In addition to ALL’s fleet of 3,500 pieces of lift equipment, Jeffers benefits from ALL’s 400 tractors and 2,000 trailers to transport them to customers’ jobsites. Jeffers has done extensive work in chemical and refinery plants, wind farm project work, and numerous bridge and culvert projects for clients that include the Ohio Department of Transportation and various Ohio counties and their contractors.

Fleet Highlights Include

  • Grove GMK7550 (550 USt) all-terrain crane. From the Oregon facility, Jeffers operates a wide variety of AT cranes, the largest of which is also Grove’s largest mobile all-terrain hydraulic crane, the GMK7550. In markets where it may be difficult to transport a crane of this size, boom launchers are available to speed assembly. This AT has tremendous mobility for jobs such as bridges and highways, power and nuclear plants, and refineries. 

  • Liebherr LTM 1500 (600 USt) all-terrain crane. Perfectly sized for refinery work, wind farms, and other plant work, this AT has a seven-section telescopic boom that extends to 276 feet. With the lattice jib attached, it can reach a hoisting height up to 476 feet at a radius of 354 feet. 

  • In addition to its local fleet, this branch benefits from the entire ALL Family fleet, including crawler cranes (up to 1,000 USt), all-terrain cranes (up to 900 USt), hydraulic truck cranes (up to 140 USt), rough terrain cranes (up to 165 USt), industrial cranes (up to 25 USt), tower cranes (up to 35 USt), and mini crawler cranes (up to 3.8 USt).  

  • This branch also offers a wide range of aerial boom lifts and scissor lifts (MEWPs) as well as telehandlers and material handlers.

Industries We Specialize In

Jeffers Crane Service can help you get the right lift equipment for your project. Jeffers has done extensive work in chemical and refinery plants, wind farm project work, and numerous bridge and culvert projects for clients that include the Ohio Department of Transportation and various Ohio counties and their contractors. Some other industries we specialize in vertical construction, marine or maritime construction, facility maintenance, HVAC rooftops, steel erection, precast, power plants and power generation, waste water facilities, industrial, and higher learning institutions and universities.

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Staff

Scott Finken

Yard Supervisor
419.371.2099

Ryan Stoner

Sales Representative
419.371.2101

Martin Bowman

General Manager
419.693.0421

Service Area

ALLEN COUNTY 
Lima, Bluffton, Delphos 

AUGLAIZE COUNTY 
Wapakoneta, St. Mary's, New Bremen, Minster 

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY 
Urbana, Mechanicsburg, St. Paris 

DARKE COUNTY 
Greenville, Ithaca, Union City 

HARDIN COUNTY 
Kenton, Ada, Dunkirk 

HANCOCK COUNTY 
Findlay, McComb, Arlington 

LOGAN COUNTY 
Bellefontaine, West Liberty, Russell's Point 

MIAMI COUNTY 
Piqua, Covington, Tipp City 

MERCER COUNTY 
Celina, St. Henry, Ft. Recovery, Rockford 

PAULDING COUNTY 
Paulding, Latty, Payne, Haviland 

PUTNAM COUNTY 
Ottawa, Columbus Grove, Leipsic, Continental 

SHELBY COUNTY 
Sidney, Jackson Center, Anna 

VAN WERT COUNTY 
Van Wert, Convoy, Middle Point, Scott 

WYANDOT COUNTY 
Upper Sandusky, Carey, Sycamore 

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