Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8an important feature for Capital City. “It seems like we do something different with it every day—from setting steel and precast to taxi-crane work—thanks to the crane’s versatility and ability to travel 24 hours a day. We can take it from branch to branch, leave early and get to the job site to meet the customer’s schedule,” Gibson said. The 86110 also offers better capacities than other cranes in its class, including more main boom. It really competes with 120-ton cranes, allowing Capital City to use it for higher capacity work and still have the ability to travel freely, Gibson observed. Link-Belt incorporated many upgrades into the 86110 to make it operator friendly, including upper cameras to provide a view of winch operation and swing, backup cameras on the carrier, as well as daytime running lights, LED lighting, and illuminated compartments for night operation. Capital City’s operator for the 86110 previously ran the company’s Link-Belt HTC-8690, and he likes the easy-to-use camera system and the LED lighting for setup and teardown. In addition to all the features Link-Belt builds into its cranes, Gibson cites another reason to purchase Link-Belt, and that’s the support provided by Columbus Equipment Company. “Most of my branches are within 45 minutes of a Columbus Equipment branch, so if we need something, we can get parts, and we can get a technician if it’s some- thing we can’t fix ourselves” simply by calling the nearest Columbus Equipment Company branch. Capital City has offices in Columbus, Toledo, Coshocton, and Ottawa, Ohio, and Morgantown, West Virginia. The relationship with Columbus Equipment Company dates to Capital City Crane’s inception in 1993, Gibson noted. Brian’s father, Chet, who founded the company, was also a Link-Belt customer from the start, and before that, he used Link-Belts while employed with the George Igel Company from the early 1970s. Today, Capital City Group is run by the second generation. Brian’s brother David Gibson is the sales manager and brother-in-law Shawn Hill is the rental manager. With the unbeatable combination of experienced operators, quality equipment—including reliable, versatile Link-Belt cranes— and dependable support from Columbus Equipment Company, they’ve grown Capital City Group into one of the largest crane rental houses in the region. For more information on the Link-Belt TCC-750 and HTC-86110 cranes, contact Columbus Equipment Company or your local Capital City Crane location today to see how these machines can add to your portfolio of lifting services offered. 6 The 86110 also offers better capacities than other cranes in its class, including more main boom. It really competes with 120-ton cranes, allowing Capital City to use it for higher capacity work and still have the ability to travel freely. The Link-Belt TCC-750 is a jack of all trades and is quick—at an hour and a half to two hours at the most—and easy to set up on a job site. Job site congestion is minimized, and the customer is up and running quickly.