Palfinger Ned-Deck Branded Under One Name

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Since the integration of Ned-Deck Marine into the Palfinger Group in 2010, the Business Area Palfinger Marine said it has strengthened its position as a deck equipment supplier in the maritime, offshore and wind industries worldwide. Based on these developments, and to enable the communication of a single strong brand name to the market, the decision was made to unite Ned-Deck Marine with Palfinger Marine under the new company name Palfinger Ned-Deck.

“To continue the Group’s rapid growth in market share, increase our focus on customer care and innovation through product synergy effects, Ned-Deck Marine will change its name to Palfinger Ned-Deck. The incorporation of Ned-Deck still allows us to use the great brand awareness Ned-Deck Marine has procured over the years,” said Alexander Schouten, Commercial Director at Palfinger Ned-Deck, explaining the name change.

Palfinger Marine strives to provide customers with highly reliable, innovative and customized marine products that reflect the promise of Lifetime Excellence. User-friendly application and functional design are the key benefits of the product range. With the successful integration of the offshore cranes manufacturer Palfinger Dreggen in October 2012, the Business Area Palfinger Marine  currently consists of five strong divisions: Marine Cranes, by Palfinger Marine; Offshore Cranes, by Palfinger Dreggen; Launch and Recovery Systems, by Palfinger Ned-Deck; Wind Cranes, by Palfinger Wind and After Sales and Service, by Palfinger Marine Services.

With these five business units, Palfinger Marine  can now offer the complete lifting equipment for the worldwide ship building, oil and gas and wind industries including the guarantee of 100% availability of installation and after sales and service support.

Palfinger Marine  will be present, together with our marine crane dealer Bergen Hydraulic AS, at the Nor-Shipping exhibition in hall C at booth C04-10 in Oslo, Norway, from June 4-6.


 

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