Omaha Standard Palfinger Begins PAL Pro Dealer Appointments

Council Bluffs, IA – Omaha Standard Palfinger (OSP) announced that it has begun appointing dealers that will represent the PAL Pro Mechanic Service Vehicles in the United States.

The dealers:

  • Allegheny Ford Isuzu Truck Sales has been serving the commercial vehicle market for more than 40 years. With the Ford and Isuzu franchise, it has become the go-to source for small and big businesses in a wide variety of vocations through the Mid-Atlantic and eastern states. In 2010, the dealership developed a separate company – Allegheny Truck Body – and became one of only a handful of one-stop shops for both cab and chassis and truck equipment.
  • Carco Industries, of Tualatin, Oregon, has provided top-quality lubrication and service equipment for the construction, aggregate and mining industries since 1973.
  • Established in 1863, Kranz Automotive is a full-line work truck equipment distributor with expert sales, parts and service department. With locations in St. Louis, MO and Kansas City, MO, Kranz has represented Omaha Standard Palfinger products since 2001. PAL Pro products are being represented at the Kansas City location.
  • Palfleet Truck Equipment is a network of ten full line truck body and equipment distributors located in major markets throughout the United States that include: Birmingham, Alabama; Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina; Dallas, Texas; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Indianapolis, Indiana; Louisville, Kentucky; Council Bluffs, Iowa; Nashville ,Tennessee and Tiffin, Ohio.

The Palfinger products being represented by all four companies include a line of telescopic cranes with capacities ranging from 43,000 ft-lbs (5.85 t-m) to 86,000 ft-lbs (11.70 t-m) each with 29’ of hydraulic reach; three mechanics bodies designed for rugged applications utilizing Omaha Standard Palfinger’s e-coating capabilities and three rotary screw and piston air compressors with air outputs of 35-60 CFM.

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