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The company Pinguely-Haulotte was recently named the Haulotte Group during 2005. The change in name was the first time in 124 years the name has not included Pinguely. The Haulotte Group is known for manufacturing telescopic work platforms, articulated work platforms, vertical mast-work platforms, scissor lifts and trailer mounted work platforms.

On the 24th of July, 2008 the Haulotte Group acquired Bil-Jax, who was the US' largest scaffold manufacturer. Now, Haulotte Group has one factory in Spain, three factories in France, one in Romania, near the City of Pitesti. There is a new plant that opened in the winter of the year 2008. This factory is just 1 km away from the existing factory near Pitesti City within the County of Arges. The plant is called Arges II. There are also two plants in the United States, the former Bill-Jax.

Pinguely
Alexandre Pinguely formed the Pinguely Company during 1881 in Lyon, France. At first, they built steam locomotives. The business eventually evolved into making equipment. In the year 1892, they provided a train to the Chemin de Fer de St Victor a Thizy.

Pinguely supplied 7 steam engines to the Voiron-Saint-Beron railway. When it comes to numbers produced, Pinguely was not a main locomotive manufacturer. The company provided a steam train to the Chemin de Fer du Haut-Rhone during 1930 and by 1932, Pinguely started manufacturing steam shovels. Steam locomotive production was stopped and the company began focusing instead on mobile cranes and making earthmoving equipment instead.

Haulotte
During 1924, Haulotte was established in L'Horme by Arthur Haulotte. The company was referred to as Ateliers de Construction A. Haulotte. This business specialized in manufacturing derricks, aerial platforms and mobile cranes.

Pinguely-Haulotte
It was decided that the actual manufacturing was to be sub-contracted to Pinguely-Haulotte. They were to be responsible for the marketing and engineering, design, research and development. All products were abandoned by Saubot so that the business could focus on self-propelled aerial work platforms.


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