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Pinguely specialized in the production of steam locomotives. It was not a large manufacturer, but regularly supplied steam locomotives for work on industrial and passenger railways in France.
After 40 years, in the 1920s, the company of Alexander Pinguely ceases the production of locomotives and begins to actively engage in stationary cranes and steam engines for earthworks - a prototype of modern excavators.
In 1930, Pinguely installed a crane on a mobile vehicle, making, in fact, the first truck mounted crane.
From that moment, the company expanded its product line and began to produce cranes for installation on chassis of other manufacturers.
Since the 60s, Pinguely has been actively developing and manufacturing cranes on its own chassis.
However, by mid-2002, Pinguely-Haulotte was the third largest lift manufacturer in the world, with a market share of 17%.
In 2005, the company was renamed the Haulotte Group.