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Dynapac CC-524HF-Spare-Parts-Catalogue
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Dynapac CC-900 Spare Parts Catalogue
Dynapac CC-900 Spare Parts Catalogue
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2016 Dynapac Supplier Manual
2016 Dynapac Supplier Manual
2016 Dynapac Supplier Manual.pdf
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Dynapac CP-221 Spare Parts Catalogue
Dynapac CP-221 Spare Parts Catalogue
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Dynapac CA-121-CA121-141-Operation Manual
Dynapac CA-121-CA121-141-Operation Manual
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History of DYNAPAC Equipment

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The history of the company begins in the distant 1934, when a patent was received for the use of vibration to compact concrete. So in AB Vibro-Betong was founded in Stockholm. The development was attended by mechanical engineer Hilding Svenson.

 

In 1940, the company's name changed to AB Vibro-Verken. A year later the first factory in the Swedish city of Jungby opens. The second plant was opened in 1946 in the United States.

 

Production of the first plate compactors occurred in 1947. It weighed almost 1500 kg and was called the "frog". Based on the technology used, a research laboratory was opened, which allowed to improve the development. Already in 1953 a vibrating roller was produced.

 

In 1958, the production capacity was expanded and another plant was opened in Sorocaba, Brazil. It mainly produces road machinery.

 

Under this brand, the history of Dynapac begins in 1973, when the company gets the name Dynapac AB. In 1981 the company is actively expanding. Expansion of production areas included the purchase of the Japanese plant Watanabe.

 

The specialization of this plant was the production of skating rinks. So the company Dynapac becomes the owner of Japanese production technology for rollers. After 3 years, the company acquires the Hoes plant in Germany, which specializes in quality asphalt pavers.

 

In 1993, one of the key events in the history of the company is the merger with Hitachi. Two years later, Dynapac again acquired the German company for the production of pavers Demarg Schader.

 

In 2001, a new plant was opened in China, in Tianjin, and in 2006 - another plant in the United States. A year later the company became part of the Atlas Copco concern.