Alamo Group

Alamo Group
Alamo Group is a leader in the design, manufacture, distribution and service of high quality equipment for right-of-way maintenance and agriculture.
The Company was founded in 1969 though some of our member companies have been in business over 100 years. We currently produce and assemble products in 18 principal facilities worldwide: specifically in the United States, England, France, Canada and Australia. Our corporate offices are located in Seguin, Texas, and headquarters for our European operations are located in Salford Priors, England.
For over four decades, we have focused on satisfying customer needs through geographic market expansion, product development and refinement, and select acquisitions. Our first products were based on rotary cutting technology. Over the years we added flail cutting and sickle-bar technology. Since then, we have gradually come to lead all of our major market segments in technology, in the creation and marketing of top brands, in manufacturing efficiency and in product innovation. Our development as a company has been enhanced by approximately twenty-five acquisitions. Alamo Group went public in 1993 and since 1995 has been listed on the New York Stock Exchange as ALG.
Our products are sold through Alamo Group's marketing organizations and our extensive independent worldwide dealer networks under various trademarks and trade names. These include Alamo Industrial, Tiger, Schwarze, Gradall, VacAll, Nite-Hawk, Henke Manufacturing, Schulte, Bush Hog, Rhino, M&W, SMC, Tenco, Terrain King, Herschel, Valu-Bilt, Bomford, Spearhead, McConnel, Twose, SMA, Forges Gorce, Faucheux, Rousseau and others.

Alamo Group History

Compared to the competition, excavators made by Gradall Industries are pretty far out. A subsidiary of Alamo Group, Gradall makes telescopic material handlers (traditional material handlers/excavators use a bending or "knuckle" joint) and industrial maintenance machines, as well as spare parts for its products. Contractors use Gradall's material handlers to handle lumber and other materials; its industrial machines tackle tough mining, railroad construction, and hazardous waste removal jobs. In February 2006 parent JLG Industries sold Gradall to right-of-way maintenance and agricultural equipment maker Alamo Group.
Gradall produces a full spectrum of implements based on high-pressure hydraulics and telescoping booms. Many of their products are designed for excavation, grading, shaping and similar tasks involved in land clearing, road building or maintenance. These are available mounted on various types of undercarriages: wheels for full-speed highway travel, wheels for on/off road use, and crawlers. Gradall also makes specialized machines for industrial, mining and railroad purposes.

Внедорожные траспортные средства
(Land Locomotion – Mechanical Vehicle Mobility LL-MVM)
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