February 19, 2019
Next Hydraulics takes the opportunity of BAUMA show to participate with an exhibition of Maxilift telescopic cranes and Maxistab supplementary stabilizers: do not forget to visit their stand!
The Italian company Next Hydraulics was founded in 1989 by a group of engineers who, backed by their consolidated experience in the fields of hydraulics and elevation, decided to design, develop and manufacture new products that up until then did not exist in the market and for which they sensed a growing need: in this way they created two differentiated brands for two product lines: MAXISTAB, a range of supplementary hydraulic stabilizers and MAXILIFT, a range of lightweight telescopic boom cranes for mounting on all types of light vehicles: vans, pickup, trailers, trailers, cliclomotors, or for assembly in fixed position. In 1996 they incorporated a third line of products: a range of cranes specifically for the American and Australian market that is characterized by having the boom made in one piece, with hexagonal shape getting a boom with exceptional structural strength, with a lower dead weight to those of the other manufacturers, which they called COBRA cranes, with telescopic boom as well.
This year they celebrate the 30th anniversary and take advantage of the celebration of the BAUMA show to have a wide exhibition of cranes in their stand:
The stand of Maxilift will be in this location: HALL B4 - STAND 337.
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