Recognized Lifting and Rigging Expert Joins Delta Rigging & Tools

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Brad Vannoy - Delta Rigging & Tools

Delta Rigging & Tools is pleased to announce that Brad Vannoy, a recognized expert in the rigging and lifting industry throughout the Gulf Coast region, has joined the company.

Brad started in the wire rope industry in the late 1980’s with Hercules Wire Rope, and worked there until the mid 1990’s, eventually being promoted to Branch Manager.

From there, Brad was hired by Bridon Elm, working first on inside sales and then outside sales, where he worked for the next several years.

Following this, Brad was hired by Lowey Brothers as Branch Manager of Marrero, Louisiana, eventually becoming Branch Manager for them in Houma, Louisiana where he worked for nearly seven years. Eventually, Brad moved to another recognized wire rope firm where he served as Vice President of Inspection and Testing. While there, Brad held several key positions including Sales Manager, General Manager, and VP of Inspection and Testing.

Brad will now join Delta Rigging & Tools in Houma, Louisiana, where he will oversee the company’s critical inspection and testing department. Brad is a Level-3 Certified Rigging Gear Inspector (receiving his training and certification through Industrial Training International).

“At Delta Rigging & Tools, we take a lot of pride in having the most experienced, highly-qualified members of the rigging and lifting community on our staff, and we’re very excited to have another professional of Brad’s caliber joining our team,” said Kurt Charpentier, VP of Sales for Delta Rigging & Tools.

“We focus on Safety as one of our core values, and we know that our customers and the rigging and lifting professionals using our equipment and services will benefit from the wealth of knowledge, expertise and quality Brad can offer to ensure our inspection and testing services remain the best in the industry.”

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