2005: acquired remaining aerial access MASTER DISTRIBUTOR inventories supporting Calavar, Condor, Strato-Lift formerly located in Caledonia, MI. - PLUS - the MASTER DISTRIBUTOR inventories supporting SIMON, SKYWITCH, HUNTERLIFT, SELMA, CHAMBERLAIN, GROVE and MANLIFT from Hazelcrest, IL. This inventory acquisition also supported, Broderson cranes, Cummins, Koehler and Deutz engines, Gradall forklifts, JLG booms, Mayville MEC scissors, Skyjack scissors, Snorkel Economy products, Stratolift and Terex aerials.
2003: acquired, in TWO separate acquisitions, the Original MEC (Mayville Engineering Corp) PRODUCTION PARTS INVENTORIES supporting the ORIGINAL designed Mayville Engineering models of Pac Craft, Hefty Herman, AM Aisle Master, HT Height Master & HH Handy Herman lifts.
2002: acquired Wellington Equip Corps complete Factory Parts inventory supporting 600 plus rental units incl: MARKLIFT, SKYJACK, GENIE, SNORKEL, STRATO-LIFT PLUS ...
2001: acquired the excess inventories of SNORKEL - ECONOMY parts formerly located in Long Beach, CA. relocating them by rail to Racine, WI. This inventory supports the Snorkel boom and Economy scissors lift lines.
2001: acquired assets to support the PRO-MARK Aerial Booms
2001: acquired 2nd SIMON and SKYWITCH Original OE Parts Inventory
1998: acquired 1st SIMON and SKYWITCH Original OE Parts Inventory
1990: acquired & Owns the ORIGINAL JLG "RACINE" Joystick and valued Past supplier to JLG
1990: acquired the support assets and Original Data for FABTEK directly from Hyster
Specialties: ASI maintains the LARGEST LISTING Searchable Database in NA supporting the complete aerial-access industry. ASI also maintains 98% of all of the original 75 NA based aerial lift mfg co., parts manuals, sales literature (incl: unit spec sheets) and OSHA mandated operation manuals.
- Milwaukee 7
Aerial Work Platforms, lifts and other related equipment
Estimated Annual Gross Sales:
$0 - 10 Million
Supplier to the Defense Industry:
No, never supplied to the defense industry
Number of Employees:
0 - 10
- Aviation and Aerospace
- Defense Industry Supply Chain
- Energy Systems
- Lakeshore Manufacturing Cluster
- Marine Manufacturing
- Wisconsin Wind Works
Markets Interested in Serving
- Aviation and Aerospace
- Components, Parts and Hardware
- MRO - Aviation Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul
- Manufacturer / Service
- Manufacturing: Machinery and Equipment
- Support of most all 75 US based Aerial Work Platform manufacturing companies since 1970.
- OEM: An original equipment manufacturer, or OEM, refers to a company that makes a final product for the consumer marketplace.