Local distributor, warehouse of a global manufacturer of aerial lift equipment
330 Main Ave S, North Bend, WA 98045
Genie is a leading, global manufacturer of aerial lift equipment.
Genie equipment is used in a variety of industries and applications worldwide, including rental, aviation, construction, entertainment, government and military, industrial, as well as warehouse and retail.
From Bud Bushnell's garage to the 4,500 team members serving customers around the world today, Genie is the story of teamwork. Our customers have trusted us and helped us to build and define the aerial industry, as well as creating ways for people to work at height safely. It is through teamwork that we will continue to find new solutions and opportunities to take our customers higher.
For more than 50 years, Genie has gone above and beyond in its product development efforts, focusing on what customers need to be successful in their industries and applications — Genie innovations change the market and set the industry standard for quality, reliability and safety in aerial lift equipment.
Genie Industries was founded in 1966 when Bud Bushnell bought the manufacturing rights to a material lift that operated on compressed air. Customers seemed to be impressed with the "magic in the bottle" that was used to raise and lower the hoist — and, the "Genie" name was born. With growing demand for material lifts and aerial work platforms, products such as man-lifts, stick booms, articulated booms, light towers and telehandlers have been added to the Genie product line.
By the early 2000s, due to the economic downturn, the company decided to seek a partner that held the same values. Terex Corporation, with a history of acquiring equipment manufacturers worldwide proved a good match for the business. In 2002, Genie Industries was sold and became the Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) segment of Terex. Due to its strength and reputation in the marketplace, all Genie machines continue to be sold worldwide under the Genie brand.
"From the very beginning, Genie has been working to develop products that solve our customers' worksite challenges — and that process never ends," says Matt Fearon, Genie President, Terex AWP. "Our team of product managers and engineers uses customers' input to design new products, featuring the latest technology to meet changing needs. We manufacture our products to stringent standards that help increase quality, lower costs and provide a high rental return on invested capital (rROIC)."
Picked up here for the first time a few days ago. Great group of guys that work here. Very friendly and will help you the best they can. Other than a few clerical hiccups, loading was a breeze and I was in and out in no time.
Just a heads up for anyone bringing genie parts back to company. It#9;s building 30 at top of hill and they don't start until 0830. Receiving is the last driveway and is considered the back of the building.
My family and I have been living in an RV for a few months now and genie was nice enough to let us "set up camp" if you will for a couple months. It helped tremendously until we were bullied, harassed, and bumb rushed out of there by Snoqualmie PD. I'm not saying that it's okay to go camping outside of genie, I'm just giving my thanks you you and your employees.
Haven' been in a while. Quick loading. Nice friendly staff! Turn into 1st driveway for shipping now.