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Pushing the limits to meet customer needs: Vincent Chaussé

November 11, 2022  By Don Horne

Vincent Chausse

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.


Technical Product Specialist & Business Development, Canstahl

(formerly Groupe Industriel Premium)

Terrebonne, Que.

Vincent Chaussé worked for Groupe Industriel Premium for 12 years, one of the top three Canadian crane builders, having recently moved to his new company Canstahl. But he definitely left a good impression with his former supervisor at Groupe Industriel Premium, Alain Leclerc.
“During this time with us, Vincent was a service technician, later becoming a sales representative,” says Leclerc. “He is truly contributing to the Canadian crane industry with his strong technical expertise, and is always pushing the limits to develop new solutions that will meet the customer needs.”
Leclerc goes on to say that he’s been working with engineers all his life in the high tech industry, “and I have not seen that many people like Vincent Chaussé.”
He adds that Chaussé has a very impressive technical background and is the perfect sales rep and is taking care of the people around him.
“Health and safety? Top notch too,” says Leclerc. “He is the ideal team player. He would be the perfect candidate to join the CSA B167-16 committee.”

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

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