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Crown Equipment opens new sales and service locations

Crown Equipment Corporation has unveiled three new sales and service locations to support the material handling product needs of customers in central and western Oklahoma and north Texas. The three sales and service locations are part of a deal with independent dealer, Sooner Lift, Inc., with two facilities located in Oklahoma and a third operated as Texas Lift just across the Oklahoma-Texas border.

Jeff McIver has transitioned from president and general manager of Sooner Lift, Inc. to Crown Lift Trucks branch manager and continues to be supported by the former Sooner Lift team. The Oklahoma City Crown Lift Trucks facility is located at 3401 South Purdue Avenue and can be reached at 405-682-1400. The second Oklahoma Crown Lift Trucks facility is located in Ardmore at 1905 Cooper Drive, 580-226-4488. The Texas Crown Lift Trucks facility is located in Wichita Falls at 3001 Central East Freeway, 940-855-9010. 

“I’m really excited about this next chapter in Crown’s continued support of the region and what this means for our customers,” said McIver. “We’re looking forward to serving our customers at all three locations with the quality products and level of expertise they’ve come to expect from Crown and our employees, along with expanded customer service offerings and opportunities for training.” 

All three of the facilities provide customers with a complete selection of Crown forklifts, warehouse design services and the Integrity Parts and Service System™. Crown’s InfoLink® fleet management system, which enables fleet managers to wirelessly stay connected to their fleet and operators, will also be available. The locations also provide Crown’s award-winning Demonstrated Performance® (DP) Training programs for forklift operators, supervisors, trainers and pedestrians.