Truck Cranes Services Co. will sell its entire fleet, disposing more than 1,000 assets at a Ritchie Bros. auction on Dec. 5 in Eagan, Minn. The auction will be the largest single-owner crane auction of the year for Ritchie Bros., and it will feature cranes, transport trucks, trailers, accessories, and miscellaneous parts. All equipment will be sold without minimum bids or reserve prices.
Established in 1940, Truck Crane Services has worked on a number of major projects in the Midwest, including the steel erection and precast work on the U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings.
“To be in business for more than 75 years, you must have an impeccable fleet — I believe our maintenance program and attention to detail is second to none,” said Tony Phillippi, owner of Phillippi Equipment Company, which has owned Truck Crane Services as a subsidiary since 1975.
- A 2005 Demag AC500-2SSL 600-ton all-terrain crane
- A 2009 Grove 6350B 350-ton all-terrain crane
- A 1999 Demag AC400 500-ton 14x6x12 all-terrain crane
- A 2008 Grove GMK5275 275-ton all-terrain crane
- A 2001 Liebherr LTM1160/2 200-ton all-terrain crane
- A 2011 Demag AC80-2 90-ton 8x6x6 all-terrain crane
- A 2008 Manitowoc 2250 300-ton self-erecting crawler crane
- A 1999 Manitowoc 2250 crawler crane