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Maxim Names Regional Vice Presidents, New Geographic Structure

July 3, 2022 - Maxim Crane Works L.P. has appointed four new regional vice presidents and has created new geographic regions for its more than 60 branches in the United States.

One of the world’s largest crane-rental and lifting-solutions providers, Maxim has developed the new structure to enhance delivery of comprehensive heavy-lift services to its customers.

Here are all of Maxim’s regional vice presidents and the company’s new regional organization.

Monty Glover is vice president of the Mid-Atlantic region. Glover has more than 26 years of experience at Maxim. He recently served as vice president for Maxim’s Carolina sub-region, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Glover is responsible for operations in Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.




Rob Schultz is vice president of the Midwest region. Schultz brings more than 36 years of experience with Maxim to this role. He started his career with the Carlisle Construction Company, where he established and led the service department. Most recently, Schultz led the national crawler division since 2005. Now, as regional vice president, he is responsible for Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, Missouri, and Kansas operations.



Paul Preziosi is vice president of the Northeast region. Preziosi has more than 29 years of experience in the crane industry. Early in his career, Preziosi worked for Shaughnessy & Ahern Crane Company. He successfully built and sold two crane rental companies in the Boston area, landing back at Shaughnessy as a co-owner in 2011. Maxim acquired Shaughnessy in 2019. Preziosi most recently served as vice president of the Boston sub-region. In his new role, Preziosi is responsible for operations in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.


Greg Bellcoff is vice president of the newly formed Mountain West region. He started his career at Coast Crane in Portland, Oregon, and has more than 28 years of experience in the crane industry. He has held a variety of sales, operations, and management roles and joined Maxim in 2017 when Maxim acquired Coast Crane Company from Essex Crane Rental Corp. Most recently, he was vice president of sales in the Pacific Northwest region.



Mark Swaney is vice president of the West region. He is responsible for operations in California and Arizona. Swaney has more than 39 years of experience in the crane industry, 22 of those years at Maxim in various leadership positions in sales and operations.




Kenneth Lookingbill continues as the vice president of the Central region, overseeing operations in Texas and Louisiana. Lookingbill has more than 20 years of experience in the crane rental industry and more than 14 years with Maxim, where he has held leadership roles in safety, maintenance, and operations.




Frank Fioravanti continues as vice president of the Florida region, overseeing five branches in the state. Fioravanti has over 39 years in the crane rental business, including 22 years at Maxim in project management, sales, branch management, and other leadership roles.




"This regional realignment is an important step toward enhancing our ability to meet our strategic goals as a company," said Paul McDonnell, chief executive officer at Maxim Crane Works. "By deploying the right people at the point of execution, we elevate our ability to serve customers with the right crane and expertise when and where they need it. I'm confident this team will deliver a best-in-class customer experience and profitable growth for years to come."



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