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Szabo Industrial - Leadership
Randy Szabo - President
is an established Northern Kentucky Entrepreneur specializing in Industrial Moving Projects and Facility Management services.
Randy is the founder and President of Szabo Industrial.
The company's strong reputation is built upon Randy's
20 years of crane, rigging and trucking experience in the Industrial project moving industry, Randy
has assembled a team of accredited experts that can provide every customer a higher quality service at a better value.
Randy's company has been trusted to move millions of dollars worth of machinery for some of the largest corporation in the United States.
The reason the Szabo
team is selected for the most difficult projects is based upon 3 qualities; knowledge, experience and reputation.
Randy is a northern Kentucky native graduating from Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, KY obtaining Bachelors in Arts and Business Administration with a Marketing Emphasis.
wife Sharon reside in Erlanger with their two children.
Randy is very active in the community by volunteering his time as the Vice President of his neighborhood Home Owners Associations, actively participating on Lloyd High School Alumni Association, a member of the International Association of Lions Clubs, and studying to become a member of the FreeMasons.
Szabo Industrial - Project Moving Services
Read, investigate and learn why Szabo has created such a difference in industrial moving project services.
provides the best overall value because our experience allows us to properly evaluate your project.
We won't waste your time parading extra people and equipment onto your job site driving up costs like our competition.
accredited staff understands the right resources needed to insure you are 100% successful.
Knowledge, experience and reputation are why Szabo
is trusted with your tough job.
has instilled a belief of community improvement in all his
This past year, Randy installed an elevator in the home of a former school teacher whose mobility is limited free of charge.
team that it was simply, "The right thing to do.