PALFINGER is the global leader in the design, development, and manufacture of truck-mounted material handling and access equipment including knuckle-boom cranes, hook & skip loaders, aerial work platforms, tail lifts, and transportable forklifts.

Since its establishment in 1932, PALFINGER name stood for the most innovative, reliable and cost-effective lifting solutions for use on commercial vehicles. As a multinational company group with its headquarters in Salzburg, Austria, PALFINGER has manufacturing and assembly sites in 29 locations across the globe, and employs over 8,000 people.

PALFINGER is the global market leader in truck-mounted knuckle-boom cranes, with 30% global market share. PALFINGER cranes are considered the best in the world, and PALFINGER strives to maintain this technological superiority through continuous research and development.

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JERR-DAN is the global leader in the design, development, and manufacture of truck-mounted automotive towing and recovery solutions, including wreckers, rotators, and roll-back carriers.

JERR-DAN was established in 1972, and in the following four decades it defined towing and recovery industry standards and became the key innovator having earned more than 25 patents around the world in this field. On 2004, JERR-DAN became a member of the Oshkosh Corporation family of companies, and it is currently headquartered in Hagerstown - Maryland, USA.

Today, Jerr-Dan aims at building on its position as the leader in the towing and recovery sector through continuous research and development of innovative solutions based on its core principles; superior performance, excellent reliability, and ease of use & maintenance.

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CAPPELLOTTO is the global leader in the design, development, and manufacture of truck-mounted vacuum and high-pressure solutions, with particular focus on industrial vacuum “super-sucker” units, municipal combined vacuum & jetting as well as recycling units, and pneumatic excavators.

CAPPELLOTTO was established in 1953, and is headquartered in Gaiarine, Italy. Through over 60 years of relentless research and development, today CAPPELLOTTO is the technological leader in the collection and transport of industrial waste & hazardous materials, as well as a multitude of industrial dry & wet materials.

The core competency of CAPPELLOTTO is its ability to design and build customized engineering solutions according to clients’ operational requirements. This ensures that the delivered units are purpose-built workhorses, superior in terms performance & reliability, as well as in terms of ease of use and maintenance.

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FAUN is one of the leading companies worldwide in the design, development, and manufacture of truck-mounted refuse collection and road sweepers. Faun manufactures all kinds of refuse collectors including rear-loading, side- loading, and front-loading models. Besides road sweepers, FAUN also builds special purpose sweepers such as airport runway and seaport pier sweepers.

The original foundation for FAUN dates back to 1845, but it was only in 1908 that the company started actual production of road spraying, refuse collection and street cleaning vehicles. On 1994, FAUN became a member of the Kirchhoff group, and the current headquarters of the company is in Osterholz-Scharmbeck, Germany.

One of the unique & distinguished products of FAUN is the rotating-drum refuse compactor (ROTOPRESS) which FAUN holds the patent for. This unit excels in handling mixed & unsorted refuse in a much more effective and efficient manner than standard refuse collectors, thanks to its innovative compaction system. This reduces the wear and tear of the unit, as well as its need for maintenance, and thus lengthens its operational life.

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ETI is one of the leading companies in the design, development, and manufacture of truck-mounted man-lifts and aerial platforms. ETI produces both telescopic & articulating man-lifts and aerial platforms, in both electrically insulated and non-insulated versions, covering work heights between 10 to 18 meters.

ETI was founded in 1991 and then joined PALFINGER group in 2010, and the current headquarters of the company is in Oklahoma, USA.

Since the beginning, ETI specialized in the production of man-lifts and aerial platforms electrically insulated in compliance to ANSI SIA A92.2 standard, in both category “C” - 46 kV as well as category “B” - 69 kV.

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