Hugg & Hall News

John Parker Retires After 34 Years In Rental

After 34 years of dedicated service, Hugg & Hall Equipment Company is celebrating the retirement of John Parker! John has been a central component of the rental team for nearly three decades. The company has grown tremendously since John first […]

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May Employee Spotlight: Mark Riendeau

Meet Mark Riendeau! Mark is a Rental Sales Manager stationed at our El Dorado, Arkansas location! Mark works with the Rental Team to deliver top-quality equipment to our customers while providing around-the-clock support on all rental reservations! Although he is new to the […]

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Tim Waychoff promoted to Vice President of Sales

Little Rock, AR – Hugg & Hall Equipment Company is excited to announce Tim Waychoff as Vice President of Sales. Tim will be responsible for the new and used equipment sales departments for the entire company. Tim has been with […]

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Employee Spotlight: Rezin Zook

Say ‘hello’ to Rezin Zook! Rezin is a Product Support Sales Representative (PSSR) at Hugg & Hall’s Oklahoma City branch and has been with the company for 3 years. In a days’ time you can catch Rezin selling parts, service, […]

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2020 Taylor Dealer Sales Award

Over the past 12 years, Hugg & Hall has been a dealer of Taylor Machine Works equipment, parts, and service. For the year 2020, Taylor Machine Works and Sudden Service, Inc. recognized achievements of their top dealers. Dan Sills from […]

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Skyjack Lift 3219 | Common Errors & Quick Fixes

In this video our Rental Equipment Shop Technician, Nick Chaney addresses some common errors & quick fixes you might encounter when working with our 3219 Skyjack lift! If you’re still experiencing technical issues please contact our service department, we would […]

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Employee Spotlight: Mike Landrum

Meet Mike Landrum – Product Support Sales Representative – Baton Rouge, LA Where is your hometown? Baton Rouge, LA (laissez le bon temps rouler) *let the good times roll* Do you have family? Kids? My wife, Kelli of 29 years […]

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Modernizing the Construction Industry: Client Engagement

When improving client engagement, businesses often consider performance, service, and support. Nonetheless, client retention goes far beyond high-quality products and service; supporting customers and encouraging spending is not always enough. This kind of interaction may in fact cause clients to […]

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Winter Weather Safety

  When winter weather strikes, it is important for construction sites to stay active and productive. Bitter cold, snow and ice can cause conditions that are damaging to equipment and could cause personal risk; leading to jobs falling behind schedule. […]

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Is A Harness Required?

When are you required to use a harness? The short answer to this question is: it’s complicated. There are many variables that contribute to when a worker is required to wear a harness such as working heights, the type of […]

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