American Pecco Corp.    



12 Schuman Rd.

Millwood, NY 10546-1111

United States

(914) 762-0550

(914) 762-0759

Company description

Manufacturing: Contruction machinery including overhead traveling cranes hoists. Wholesale: Construction machinery including cranes and derricks.

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News and information about American Pecco Corp.

What happened in Vegas ...: ... didn't stay in Vegas. The cranes have driven off, but not before we took note.(Conexpo review)
Cranes Today; May 1, 2005; 700+ words
...every tower crane in the US is working, and that rental rates are up 20% over the last 12 months. Bates, formerly of American Pecco, Morrow, Noell, and most recently Maxim, joined AmQuip in January. Philippe Cohet of Manitowoc said that Potain's...
Recent expansions at AmQuip.(Brief Article)
Constructioneer; April 4, 2005; 418 words the industry in 1975 for Brasfield & Gorrie where he was equipment manager for 10 years. He then worked in sales for American Pecco, Morrow Equipment, Noell / Preussag Group, and a National crane rental company until 2004. In addition to the expansion...
AmQuip expands in towers.(News)(crane fleets)(Brief Article)
Cranes Today; April 1, 2005; 443 words
...vice president of AmQuip's tower crane division. Bates has been in the industry since 1975, and has worked in sales for American Pecco, Morrow Equipment and Noell, as well as Maxim. AmQuip bought its first towers in 2002. In November 2004 it added nearly...
International Cranes & Specialized Transport; April 1, 2005; 212 words
...manager for Brasfield & Gorrie in 1975 where he stayed for 10 years. Other crane companies he has worked for include American Pecco, Maxim, and Morrow Equipment. See News this month for more developments in AmQuip's tower crane business.
John D. Horsman, 45, construction worker.(Metropolitan Times)(Obituary)
The Washington Times (Washington, DC); September 4, 1997; 418 words
...two years. Upon his return, he worked for construction companies for 20 years, including the Hyman Construction Co., American Pecco Crane Co. and the Morrow Equipment Co. "He was considered one of the best in his industry, and was a very helpful person...
John J. Davis Dies at 88; Army General
The Washington Post; August 31, 1997; 700+ words
...rank of sergeant, he began a career in construction. Over the years, his employers included Hyman Construction Co. and American Pecco Crane Co. At the time of his death, he was working for Morrow Equipment Co., of Manassas, and was working on the construction...
Suppliers watch: Morrow and American Pecco now one. (Morrow Crane Co.; American Pecco Corp.)
Construction Equipment; December 1, 1993; 499 words
Morrow Crane Co. and American Pecco Corp. have combined to form a new company, Morrow Equipment Co...Equipment will perform the obligations of Morrow Crane and American Pecco relating to existing leases, and sales and service agreements...
Suit filed in cabbie's death
Chicago Sun-Times; March 20, 1990; 300 words
...roof and killing the driver. Clifford said In's death was attributed to suffocation. Named in the suit were Power Contracting and Engineering Corp., Tribco Construction Co. and the owner of the tower crane, American Pecco Steel Corp.

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Industry information

NAICS codes 
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes are used to classify businesses for the purpose of collecting statistical data related to the U.S. economy. NAICS codes have been assigned to international companies to help organize all companies by type of activity.  

Primary: 333120 - Construction Machinery Manufacturing

423810 - Construction and Mining (except Oil Well) Machinery and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers


SIC codes 
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes classify establishments by their primary type of activity. SIC codes are a U.S. Census Bureau system but can apply to international companies.  

Primary: 3531 - Construction Machinery and Equipment industry report

5082 - Construction and Mining industry report