Mayor Dale Archer, second from right, cuts the ribbon at Trico Lift’s new Mickleton, N.J., headquarters. Also pictured, from left, are Trico CFO Mike Timken, board chairman John Michael Paz, and Trico Lift president and CEO Chris Carmolingo.
Trico Lift recently hosted an Open House and Grand Opening at its new headquarters in Mickleton, N.J. The company kicked it off with a traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony which included Trico Lift chairman of the board John Michael Paz; Trico Lift president and CEO Chris Carmolingo; Trico Lift chief financial officer Mike Timken, and East Greenwich Township Mayor Dale Archer.
Trico Lift offered the 150 guests tours of the new facility, including access to its parts department, service shop, and paint and refurbished building.
“We were pleased to host a large amount of guests who may not have had easy access to us in the past,” said Carmolingo. “We attract customers and prospects across a variety of industries with needs including renting and buying our lift equipment and refurbishing or repairing their own equipment. It was important to us to be able to promote all of our capabilities to all of our customers so that they are aware of the many ways we can be of service to them.”
Trico also offered a safety seminar, prizes, equipment and service discounts, and a catered barbecue. Trico also displayed’s SX180 boomlift to the attendees.
“Displaying a variety of articulating and straight booms, telehanders, atrium lifts and scissor lifts was a perfect representation of how we can put our customers within reach of their project requirements,” added Carmolingo. “We have a unique and exhaustive range ofequipment and services and we are excited to be able to showcase our specialization to the ever-growing and ever-changing Mid-Atlantic and Texas regions.”
Trico Lift is No. 47 on the RER 100.