A Small Company Experiences the Global Economy

For Immediate Release: June 5, 2008
Dayton, New Jersey

The Shupper-Brickle Equipment Company, of Dayton, NJ, a small business with 15 employees, recently experienced the global economy first-hand, when an engineering firm based in North Carolina called with a special challenge: Their customer needed four 25-Metric-Ton Army-Type Hand Geared Trolley hoists, each with a special headroom requirement of 1500 mm, maximum. They also required an expedited delivery.

Shupper-Brickle Equipment responded with a design and quote, for which the resulting order and fulfillment spanned four continents:

·         The purchase order was issued from Italy

·         The hoists were built by Black Bear products in Taiwan

·         The load bar was designed & fabricated by Shupper-Brickle in Dayton, NJ

·         The trolleys were built by Chester Hoist in Lisbon, OH

·         The hoists, trolleys, and load bars were assembled and load tested in Dayton, NJ at Shupper-Brickle's manufacturing facility

·         The four hoists were crated and shipped to the end-user in Brazil

Despite the multi-continent coordination, the equipment was delivered on time and in compliance with the specification. Said Andrew Litecky, president of Shupper-Brickle Equipment: “A job like this brings the crane and hoist industry into perspective. We may be a small business, but there’s a global demand for our expertise.”



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