Announcing new partnership: Acden Myshak
Acden and Myshak Crane & Rigging Ltd. formalize partnership offering crane and rigging services in Fort McMurray Wood Buffalo.
Acden Myshak offers full services for crane, rigging, and operated equipment services. Its fleet of cranes ranges from three ton Spyder Cranes, 10 ton carry deck cranes, 600 ton all-terrain hydraulic cranes, and up to 850 ton crawler cranes. Myshak Crane & Rigging Ltd. (Myshak) also offers heavy haul services, jack and slide, a full line of site support equipment such as light boom trucks, fuel and lube tanker units, water trucks, wheel loaders, tele-handlers, gravel and rock trucks, hydro test units, specialized rigging, and custom crane matting solutions.
Acden is owned by the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) and is one of the largest Indigenous corporations in Canada. We provide essential services for industrial and commercial clients of any size. The addition of Acden Myshak will increase Acden’s ability to offer customizable full-service solutions to clients.
“We are thrilled that our partnership, Acden Myshak, now allows us to offer these services to our valued clients and the region. Myshak shares’ Acden’s commitment to quality, safety and we are proud to formally welcome Acden Myshak into the Acden family of companies,” states Mitch Mercredi, Manager of Business Development for Acden.
Myshak Crane & Rigging Ltd. is part of the Myshak Group of Companies which also consists of; Myshak Sales & Rentals Ltd., Myshak Equipment Ltd., Myshak Transportation Group Ltd., Energy Crane Service, NexGen Transportation and Energy Wind & Renewables. The Myshak Group is an Alberta family and employee owned and operated service group that is celebrating 26 years in business.
Cris Neurauter, Myshak’s Director of Business Development says, “Myshak is very proud to finalize our partnership with Acden. We have had a strong, trustworthy, working relationship for many years and look forward to continuing to work together for the benefit of ACFN.”
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