Cross Country Infrastructure Services expands in Texas

Cross Country Infrastructure Services in the US has opened a fourth location in Texas, at Carrizo Springs, to add to its sites in Houston, Odessa and Pecos.

The company, which now has 20 locations in the US and Canada, sells and rents specialist machines as well as earthmoving and material handling equipment to the energy, oil and gas and infrastructure markets.

A Scaip SPD 250 padding machine in the rental fleet of Cross Country Infrastructure Services.

The expansion of its network follows it recent move into the renewable energy market to support contractors with equipment and consumables.

The company has made a “significant investment” into new rental fleet and expanded its product range to support the wind and solar construction markets.

Cross Country’s rental fleet includes equipment from Caterpillar, Wolfe, Terramac and Scaip, as well as on-site supply trailers.

Based in Aurora, Colorado, Cross Country is one of the largest specialist rental businesses in North America, with annual revenues in 2019 estimated at more than US$100 million.

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