Heavy duty vehicle lift leader Stertil-Koni today announced that the latest episode of its popular, customer-focused “We Care” video series incorporates advanced cinematography and editing technology to dramatically showcase a new, state-of-the-art maintenance facility located in Plainfield, New Jersey that utilizes the company’s award-winning vehicle lifting systems.
Watch Stertil-Koni’s D'Annunzio & Sons ‘We Care’ Video here.
In the latest installment of “We Care,” the customer under the spotlight is D’Annunzio & Sons, a top East-Coast heavy construction company that provides infrastructure work at airports, bridges, roads, runways, foundations for commercial buildings, airport hangers, rail yard maintenance facilities, water and sewer transmission facilities and more.
It also recently moved into a new, classic brick building that in addition to 14,000 square feet of executive offices, features a modern maintenance shop with approximately 7,500 square feet of usable floor area – all situated on a 20-acre parcel. There, efficient vehicle maintenance is critical, and that’s why D’Annunzio & Sons, selected state-of-the-art heavy duty lifting systems from Stertil-Koni, including two in-ground scissor ECOLIFTs and a modern 2-post Freedom Lift.
The video takes the viewer on a behind-the-scenes look at the new D’Annunzio & Sons Headquarters in action and delivers never-before-seen images of the facility.
In making today’s announcement, Stertil-Koni’s Marketing Director, Paul Feldman, noted, “D’Annunzio & Sons, working with Stertil-Koni’s exclusive New Jersey distributor, Hoffman Services, shows how careful advance planning and sophisticated maintenance shop design – coupled with the very latest in advanced heavy duty vehicle lifting systems – can help keep the busiest of construction companies operating at peak performance. That’s what our new video brings to the viewer – in dramatic fashion.”
Pictured left to right: Matthew Morgan, principal at Stertil-Koni distributor, Hoffman Services and John Cafro, Equipment Manager at D’Annunzio & Sons, in front the of two-post Freedom lift
See video here