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Enerpac Integrated Solutions has a new name – Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology

Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology

Enerpac Integrated Solutions has a new name – Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology

After twenty years developing cutting edge, heavy lifting systems, Enerpac Integrated Solutions has changed its name to Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology. The new name better represents the safe, innovative, heavy lifting solutions the company provides its customers.

“In our work with customers around the world, we’re seeing the stakes raised in terms of the size and complexity of lifts,” said Jeroen Naalden, Global Director, Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology. “Everything we’re doing is about strengthening our ability to address these challenges – whether it involves helping them scope the right equipment, designing and building a custom solution, or providing on-site support and training.”

Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology aims to be the world’s leading supplier of heavy lifting equipment and solutions comprising standard products such as gantries, strand jacks and jack-up systems, for example, as well as entirely new, one-off customer/job-specific systems. Customers rely on Enerpac to own the entire challenge of delivering the right equipment for the safe, efficient execution of large, complex lifts through proven expertise in hydraulics, electronic controls and steel fabrication; advanced engineering, manufacturing and testing capabilities; together with the ability to do it all in-house for maximum quality control, responsiveness and accountability. “We take our customers through an interactive process to solve heavy-lifting challenges in almost any environment, anywhere,” said Mart Hinnen, Plant Manager and Head of Engineering, Heavy Lifting Technology. “Collaborating with customers on tough projects and seeing them all the way through to success is what inspires us every day.”

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