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PALFINGER Names PAL Pro Mechanic's Truck Distributor

April 03, 2017 - Press Release

Photo courtesy of Palfinger
Photo courtesy of Palfinger

Omaha Standard Palfinger announced that Aspen Equipment has become an authorized sales and service provider for the PALFINGER line of PAL Pro Mechanics Bodies and PSC Service Cranes in Minnesota, Iowa, and Nebraska.

True crane bodies designed for mobile heavy equipment service providers, PAL Pro Mechanics Trucks are built specifically to handle forces applied by the crane. This product range includes the newest 39,000 ft. lbs. capacity model from PALFINGER: PAL Pro 39. Available in 9' and 11' standard configurations for Class 4-5 trucks, PAL Pro 39 is equipped with new light-weight aluminum door structures and designs. It offers weight-saving benefits, increased payload capacity, and rust protection.

Todd Foster, Aspen Equipment VP of Sales and Marketing said, "We feel that the state of the art cranes from PALFINGER, combined with their forward thinking production methods and automotive quality coating processes, are critical elements to the long-term success of our partnership. Staying in front of the curve gives PALFINGER a competitive advantage and allows us to provide our customers with the best solutions in the industry."

The proactive territory managers of Aspen Equipment are pleased to offer their network of mobile service providers an excellent service solution with PALFINGER-built PAL Pro Mechanic's Trucks. 

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