BRODERSON CRANES

Authorized Broderson dealer in Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma

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For more than 35 years, Broderson has designed powerful industrial and rough terrain cranes. Built for reliability and accessibility, Broderson cranes can be customized with a variety of options to meet your needs.

Their rough terrain cranes can operate in harsh conditions with three steering modes and oversized rough terrain tires.  In addition to offering unmatched maneuverability that allows access to most areas on the job site, a Broderson rough terrain crane provides a superior load capacity of 15 tons. Meanwhile, their industrial cranes feature a carry deck that allows professionals to easily transport equipment without needing another work truck and they are designed for operation in tight quarters.

An official Broderson dealer, Scott-Macon Equipment offers a full line of cranes for sale, new or used, or rent.

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Broderson Parts Dealer

Scott-Macon Equipment is an authorized Broderson parts dealer in Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma. Our parts department has the full support and resources of Broderson’s parts center to ensure your crane is operating efficiently. We stock a full line of Broderson parts at our facilities and can arrange for overnight delivery and special orders to be drop shipped to the location of your equipment.

Broderson Crane Service

Scott-Macon Equipment services Broderson equipment in the field as well as at all of our service centers in Houston, Texas; Houma, Louisiana; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Corpus Christi, Texas; San Antonio, Texas; Dallas, Texas; and Big Springs, Texas. Additionally, our service centers have extensive Broderson parts operations as well as the service capabilities to handle the more complex, less frequent repairs to all Broderson cranes and equipment.

Scott Macon Difference

Scott-Macon Difference

Scott-Macon Equipment provides exceptional crane repair service and product support to our customers. Learn more about the Scott-Macon difference in our “When Service Matters” case study.

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