Palfinger has established itself as the world market and technology leader in truck-mounted cranes, continually striving to provide customers with unique advantages that reflect in exceptional operational performance and long-term profitability. Palfinger provides superior technical support, parts availability, and after-sales service. Dedicated to delivering a leading range of innovative lifting, loading, and handling solutions to the New Zealand industry. We also offer a comprehensive range of high-performance tail lifts to the NZ Market.

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05 October 2021

Operating under the COVID-19 Traffic Light Framework

Our priority is to maintain a high standard of service and customer support across all settings in the government’s traffic light framework - while keeping staff, customers, and suppliers safe. 

05 August 2021

Palfinger Crane Championships 2022

Palfinger NZ to Sponsor truck-mounted Crane Competition at the TMC Trailers Trucking Industry Show, being held at the Canterbury Agriculture Park in Christchurch 11/12 March 2022.

07 January 2021

Palfinger supports Chang'e-5 Lunar Mission Return

China's most sophisticated and challenging space adventure – the Chang'e 5 robotic lunar mission...

26 February 2019

Palfinger Unveils First Crawler Crane

The new Palfinger Crawler will “transform” the industry ...

15 November 2018

Sparking Competition to Support Energy Sector

Annual Connection is an iconic event, showcases the talents of the enery industry's brightest stars.

08 March 2018

Giant knuckle boom crane arrives in New Zealand

The only crane of its type in the Southern Hemisphere, the PK200002L SH knuckle boom crane, will soon be a key part of the New Zealand construction scene.

11 May 2017

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20 November 2015

Palfinger Delivers NZ’s Biggest Knuckle Boom Crane

The brief was simple Tom Ryan wanted the biggest crane capacity possible fitted onto the front of a tractor unit, and remain below the legal

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