Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24S Schaedler Enterprises Inc. was founded in 1995, when owner Matt Schaedler began working on small con- struction projects and providing crane and rigging services around Tecumseh, Michigan. By 2002, however, Schaedler realized a lot of his business was in northwest Ohio, and he relocated the company to a site just off I-75 in Toledo, giving him easy access to customers in south- eastern Michigan and eastern Indiana as well as Ohio. SEI continues to serve those same markets today, working mainly within a 100-mile radius of Toledo, according to Tom Greenman, vice president. The list of services the company offers has expanded to include crane rentals, crane services, rigging, machinery moving, pile driving, caisson drilling, and industrial concrete. Its varied services result in an equally varied list of customers. Because crane rentals are a major part of the business, SEI has a large fleet of cranes, including five Link-Belt models—30-ton and 40-ton rough terrain cranes, a 65-ton truck crane and a 100-ton truck crane. The new- est of these is the HTC-86100, a 100-ton hydraulic truck crane the company purchased from Columbus Equipment Company when it replaced a smaller, 2008 HTC-8690 model. After looking at Link-Belt and Grove machines in the 100-ton class, SEI chose the Link-Belt, in part because they liked the Cummins motor in the 86100. They also liked the chart the Link-Belt offered. The 86100 can work with multiple counterweight configurations to provide capacity for just about any job requirement. “Link-Belt’s 86100 is a great crane because you can configure the counterweights on the carrier deck and still run down the road, and its a nice ride,” Greenman Schaedler Enterprises Inc. LIFTING SPECIALIST ELEVATES ITS GA LIFTING DIVISION 20 SEI Schaedler’s Link-Belt HTC-86100 Operator Art Cole and crew lift one component of a Daikin Supply Air System as part of the $23-million renovation of BGSU’s Moseley Hall in Bowling Green, Ohio. The project is scheduled for completion by June 2017.