Delta Rigging & Tools Acquires Holloway Wire Rope
Monday, August 12, 2013

Delta Rigging & Tools, Inc., one of the largest providers of lifting and rigging products and related services in the United States, has acquired Holloway Wire Rope, supplier of wire rope, below-the-hook lifting devices and rigging supplies headquartered in Tulsa, OK, with a second location in Wichita, KS.

The acquisition of Holloway Wire Rope expands Delta Rigging & Tools footprint into the Oklahoma oil & gas fields, along with broadening its reach into the Midwest markets.

Holloway Wire Rope, 72 years in the industry, is one of the earliest established wire rope and rigging companies in the United States becoming an internationally recognized supplier specializing in Wire Rope Slings, Rigging, Fall Protection, Nylon Slings, Wire Rope, Chain, Chain Slings, Rope, Hoists, Shackles, Turnbuckles, Eye Bolts, Sheaves, Snatch Blocks, Tie Downs and Cargo Control, Load Binders, Crane Blocks, Winches, Swivels, Pull Testing Safety Belts, Chokers, Round Slings, Rigging Hardware, and Suspended Personnel Platforms.

“We had been looking for a way to expand our footprint deeper into the Oklahoma oil fields and Midwest markets for some time,” said Mitch Hausman, President & CEO of Delta Rigging & Tools. “After a careful review of the Holloway Wire Rope operations, it became clear that taking a well- established business with great customer and vendor relationships was a strong strategic move for us, and the best way to serve our existing and new customers working in the Midwest.”

Curt Tuggle, owner of Holloway Wire Rope will be joining the Delta Rigging & Tools management team and continues as General Manager of the Tulsa and Wichita operations. He said: “We are very pleased that a company with Delta Rigging & Tools national stature and reputation for quality and value is acquiring Holloway Wire Rope."

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