ALL Aerials is a member of the ALL Family of Companies, one of the largest crane and equipment rental enterprises in North America since 1964. The company offers its fleet of cranes, aerial work platforms, boom trucks, material handlers, and other lift equipment from 37 strategic locations in the U.S. and Canada, providing rental, sales, service, and jobsite analysis to help customers get the right equipment for the job.
We see our employees as our greatest asset, and we ensure their well-being at work by providing regular safety training, excellent benefits, confidential life management services, even speaker training — whatever they need to do their jobs well. We're proud to employ several fathers and their sons among our ranks — they're our generations of excellence personified.
We keep up with industry innovations, both ours and those of our customers. We continually reinvest in our business with the latest and best equipment and technology, equipping ourselves to serve our customers better.
ALL is a privately held corporation headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. ALL is an equal opportunity employer. For more information or to inquire about open opportunities, please contact Katie Spahnie, Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We provide extensive, ongoing technician and operator training. Our commitment to continuous improvement touches every other phase of our business, too. We work on improvement every day, whether it's finding a better way to load a truck or getting a better price on office supplies.
ALL operates a mandatory technician-training program — keeping them up to date on current service techniques and the latest standards. We maintain and staff our own service departments, including our own engine shop with trained mechanics, hydraulic department, paint shop, weld shop, and fabrication shop. We also maintain our own trucks and trailers and have our own glass department.
In 2006, we increased our service technician training program, doubling the number of mandatory training and safety courses for service technicians. Many classes are taught by factory representatives on their respective equipment, both on the current rental fleet and newly acquired equipment.