Also starring: PALFINGER access platforms, transportable forklifts, tail lifts and system solutions for container handling
PALFINGER will be making a confident appearance in its new brand livery at this year’s IAA in Hanover from 20 to 27 September. PALFINGER is committed to implementing the concept of a consistent umbrella brand throughout the world in order to strengthen and standardize the PALFINGER brand. The global player is therefore saying goodbye to all its sub-brands with the exception of EPSILON in the truck-mounted timber and recycling crane segment. In future, truck-mounted cranes, container handling systems, transportable forklifts, access platforms and tail lifts will be marketed exclusively under the PALFINGER label. A promising strategy – particularly in the international arena.
PALFINGER will showcase both its product innovations and established systems at stand F-K42 on the open-air site and in Hall 26-D16 with the focus on tail lifts and entry systems.
WORLD PREMIERE FOR TRUCK-MOUNTED CRANES. No less than five new crane models from the successful High Performance range will celebrate their debut at the IAA. These include three new SH truck-mounted cranes. The PK 10002 SH, the PK 12502 SH and the PK 110002 SH High Performance will round off the product range in the premium crane league at both ends of the scale.
As another world first, all cranes of the SH range can now be designed ex works as EN280 workman basket cranes. PALFINGER’s HPSC stability system which enables fully variable positioning of the stabilizers even while operating the basket is a particularly notable feature in this case.
The new electronic control system and the AluLite platform with a carrying capacity of up to 2000 kg will be introduced in the tail lift segment. The new RTP35, an entry system for wheelchair users which is enclosed inside the unit, will be presented on the German market for the first time.
Established solutions. A number of well-known lifting, loading and handling systems will supplement the world premieres on the PALFINGER stand: vehicle combinations consisting of a truck-mounted large crane and power hookloader or EPSILON recycling crane and telescopic hookloader, a PAK 13 H skiploader, a P 210 BK and a P 300 KS access platform, plus a selection of transportable forklifts and tail lifts.
Product show. Once again an integral part of the PALFINGER trade show stand. Look forward to informative entertainment hosted by TV presenter Florian Schrei.
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