Palfinger expands USA presence

By Niamh Marriott09 March 2023

Austrian manufacturer Palfinger will open its new USA regional headquarters in Schaumburg, Illinois in the second quarter of 2023.

Palfinger’s main headquarters in Bergheim, Austria (Photo: Palfinger)

The company is creating additional jobs at the new location with an integrated demonstration and training centre.

In a futher bid to expand operations in the North American market, the company will also be exhibiting at ConExpo this month in Las Vegas.

The company already has a presence in North America with a sales and service network of more than 1,000 partners, a mobile fleet of over 100 service vehicles, 4 manufacturing sites and 13 locations that offer custom-built solutions.

“We are here to stay. We are making this clear with the opening of our new headquarters in 2023. Supported by our absolute focus on our customers, we will use the next five years to significantly grow our market share in all product segments. At CONEXPO-CON/AGG, we are showing what we can do,” says Ismael Daneluz, vice president of sales and service region North and Latin America at Palfinger.

On show

At ConExpo, Palfinger will showcase the newly launched FHS series of FHS series of truck mounted forklifts, bucket truck models (including eDrive solution), service cranes and knuckle boom cranes, as well as new digital and software solutions.

Palfinger said its TEC series cranes are in development and will be introduced to the US market soon.

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