Hammar will be part of the annual event for the National Antarctic Programs around the world, COMNAP AGM XXIX. The event will be held in Brno, Czech Republic, during 28th July to 2nd August. At the event we will present and discuss logistics solutions for
The Brisbane Truck Show is one of the best shows for Hammar worldwide. This year, our 18th consecutive visit, we had a steady stream of high quality enquiries from new and existing clients. One of the events main focuses was the increasingly important requirements of low
During 18-20th May Hammar was attending the Malaysian Commercial Vehicle Expo 2017. Present at the event was Director of Hammar Australia, Peter Levison, Director of Hammar Malaysia, Chris Joon and Sales Manager, Eugene Joon. We met many old customers and new potential customers and the show
During 25-28th May, Hammar will attend the Brisbane Truck Show for our 18th consecutive year. The Brisbane Truck show is the largest show of its kind in Australia. This year our stand (no 25) will feature a lightweight version of the HAMMAR 195 S, built
18-20th May Hammar will attend the Malaysian Commercial Vehicle Expo 2017, the largest exhibition dedicated to commercial vehicles in South East Asia. Interested and in the area? Come visit us at booth A44 & A45!
We invite you to visit us at any of these popular trade shows during 2017! The Florida Tow Show April 20-23th. One of Floridas largest towing show. We will be available at TLC Truck & Equipment’s booth. http://floridatowshow.com/ Malaysia Commercial Vehicle Expo May
During 2nd to 4th March 2017, Hammar visited THE Expo 2017, in New Zealand, and it’s our biggest showing to date. The event featured the reveal of the HAMMAR 110 model, as well as a wide range of other Sideloader models: the HAMMAR 195 S,
During THE Expo 2017, 2-4th March in New Zealand, the new HAMMAR 110 was unveiled for the world for the first time. The HAMMAR 110 is our latest, heavy duty sideloader model and comes with three new main features: The double-action support leg, a significantly
Tare weight is becoming increasingly important on the Sideloader market. While most of the Hammar Sideloader models already are the lightest in the industry, we always strive to do better. Because of this, we have for some time been developing “HAMMAR Ultra Light”, which is
It’s under wraps for now, but at THE EXPO a brand new HAMMAR sideloader is set to be revealed for the first time anywhere in the world. The model will feature a major savings in tare weight resulting in a extra load and it will
We at Hammar are excited to take a step into a completely new handling area for the HAMMAR sideloader; vehicle towing and vehicle recovery! Below is a short demonstration of the new special built HAMMAR recovery and towing unit in action. Expect more in the
Hammar is happy to announce that our new SOLAS verified weighing system, for all type of containers.
-Hammar Australia Exhibits Lowest Tare Sideloader with updated lifting capacity, 36 tonnes SWL is as of now standard for the HAMMAR 160 programme The Hammar 160 S sideloader can proudly trace its ancestry back to 1974 and the original Hammar SL30. Not a totally new
Since the company was founded by Bengt-Olof Hammar in 1974, Hammar’s manufacturing efforts worldwide have been solely focused on sideloaders. From the start, the units have been powered by a diesel power pack, or the prime mover’s PTO. The engineering team at Hammar Australia looked
Hammar New Zealand Limited has purchased the 3-crane Sideloader business of Hamilton-based Tidd Ross Todd (TRT) Ltd to broaden its range in the New Zealand market…..and the model may also be sold in other countries, creating more jobs through expanded local production.
New Zealand’s largest transport and heavy equipment show, The Expo, taking place every 4 years at Mystery Creek, Hamilton has just closed. Hammar was there of course, displaying two versions of the very popular HAMMAR 155 HS “MegaTransfer” model. One in 20’-40’ and the other
We invite you to visit us at any of these popular trade shows during 2012! Business has picked up in most parts of the world and Hammar is still in the forefront and looking ahead to serve our customers better. Hammar will participate in following trade
On 27 June we successfully lifted a container weighing 60 tonnes using a standard model HAMMAR 157 H. Present at the event was the press, a TV team and the whole Hammar staff. We have now been officially awarded the certificate by Guinness World Records
We invite you to visit us at any of these popular trade shows during 2011! Business has picked up in most parts of the world and Hammar is still in the forefront and looking ahead to serve our customers better. Hammar will participate in following trade
The 600th HAMMAR to roll on Australian roads is sold! The deal was closed in May with Judith and Stephen Wemyss of Wemyss Transport in Lytton, Queensland. Stephen Wemyss was in fact using one of the very first HAMMAR Sideloaders sold in Australia in 1992, when he was with
Hammar has, in cooperation with Trailerpartner A/S delivered what we believe to be the lowest built Sideloader in the world to the Faroe Islands. The ground clearance of this 160 S chassis is minimal. The reason for this drastic design is that the fish industry
Hammar introduces the new MEGA stabilizer leg for the 150 Series cranes. Designed for easy and safe transfer of containers to and from companion chassis and rail wagons, even under the most difficult situations. The patented stabilizer is extended onto the other side of the
Hammar has developed a 42 Tonne Rig Lifter specifically designed to lift and handle equipment for land based oil and gas drilling rigs, from 1’ to 60’ long and up to 16’ wide. It can lift masts and other parts that are longer than 60’
New Zealand’s Court of Appeal in Christchurch has judged Steelbro guilty of infringement on HAMMAR’s patent on a new sideloader stabiliser leg design. “The unanimous decision of the court upholds the patent, that Mr Hammar took out on his development of the new stabiliser legs introduced