Palfinger, Sennebogen to produce truck crane

18 April 2008

The first BR 400 truck mounted crane to be produced as a result of the agreement between Madal Palfinger in Brazil and Sennebogen from Germany was exhibited at the M& T Expo in Sao Paulo, Brazil, last month.

Under the agreement, Madal Palfinger, the Brazilian subsidiary of Austria-based loader crane maker Palfinger, will manufacture a range of Sennebogen truck cranes designed for mounting on commercial trucks.

The companies describe the arrangement as a technology transfer agreement and plan to deliver the first BR 400s in the second half of 2006.

Further models will also be made in Brazil at a later date.

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