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11 Jeff put a lot of consideration into the purchase said Bob Weber head of Columbus Equipments Lifting Division. The ATC-3210 can be permitted and moved easily in Ohio because of its weight and weight distribution and the ease of movement and teardown were important factors. The largest crane the company previously owned was a 120-ton so this was a big step in the growth of the company. We are glad to know he has had the 210-ton crane out on numerous jobs and it appears to be a very healthy fit for his business Weber added. Baker started his welding business in 1984. The com- pany now employs 13 people and Baker is quick to give them credit for the companys success. I have a bunch of great employees who work with me not for me he said. We had a rough three years during the recession like everyone in the country but now the outlook is good and we have a fair amount of work. Buying the new Link-Belt was an investment in the future. You have to keep growing to stay in the race he said and the 3210 will allow the company to do that. Bakers son Levi has worked alongside him for years and has always aspired to follow in his fathers footsteps. Baker knows the new Link-Belt will serve the family-owned business for a long time to come. Baker is quick to point out his obvious appreciation to the companys customer basesome of whom he has worked with for 30 yearsin making all this pos- sible. Being committed to those you serve and investing wisely are tried-and-tested business strategies just like finding a need and filling it. With a highly-productive Link-Belt crane and dependable support from Columbus Equipment Bakers investment in the ATC-3210 looks promising for years to come. D SAFELY Jeff Baker second left may have entered the crane business accidentally ten years after starting his business in 1984 but today Bakers Welding Crane equipment has become synonymous with lifting across eastern Ohio. Left The companys Link-Belt ATC-3210 preparing The Elkeyea 55000- lb. Ohio State Parks Department of Natural Resources dredgefor the 2015 season. Second right Erection of twin 48000-lb. asphalt plant towers at Mar-Zane Asphalt Plant 29 in Morristown and right a 250-foot boom length with jib lift of a 227-foot long conveyor belt in Mt. Vernon OH. Dealer support is important for someone as small as we are and the service we get from Columbus Equipment is unbelievable. They are outstanding every day. Jeff Baker Owner Bakers Welding Crane Service