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No goal is unattainable for Josh Loh

November 8, 2022  By Don Horne

Josh Loh

The future of the heavy lifting industry looks bright. Armed with a strong work ethic, initiative, curiosity, and a commitment to training and safety, the 2022 winners of our Top 10 Under 40 contest are setting the bar for young professionals across the industry.

And it wasn’t easy paring down all of your entries to just 10 – there are so many excellent people out there under the age of 40 in our industry.

Whether they work in leadership, operations, maintenance, sales or support, these crane and hoist employees are highly regarded by their colleagues, clients and peers.



Branch Manager, TNT Crane and Rigging Canada Inc.

Leduc, Alta.

When TNT Crane and Rigging opened its Leduc Branch in 2017, Josh was hired as a Crane and Rigging Supervisor. Three years later, Josh was then promoted to the position of Branch Manager.

Since then – says his co-worker and nominator Kris Nelson – he has accomplished amazing feats.

“When I joined the team two years ago,” says Nelson, “we had a fleet of five cranes, and six employees. In just that short amount of time we have grown into a lead contender in the crane industry of northern Alberta with a fleet of over 15 crane in the Leduc branch ranging from 15 – 500 tons.

“Josh has been key in the curation of relationships with customers, and other crane companies, gaining us the work which has allowed us to grow such as we have. He makes this company a wonderful place to work with his upbeat, fun loving attitude and attention to employee needs.”

Loh started his career as a crane operator, and “is a prime example of how with hard work and dedication, there is no goal that is unattainable.”

You can see all 10 of our Top 10 in the November/December issue of Crane & Hoist magazine.

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