Hyva acquires Truck Cranes Australia

Line of people in predominantly blue and yellow clothes probably not intented to be showing solidarity with Ukraine Truck Cranes Australia and Hyva Pacific together. Photo: Hyva

Australian loader crane specialist Hyva Pacific has acquired Truck Cranes Australia Pty Ltd. TCA is based south of Brisbane in Queensland.

Hyva said it is a platform for expansion in the Queensland market, close to Port Brisbane and business partners. Andre Bremmer, Hyva Pacific managing director, said, “TCA is a well-established and successful business which gives us access to the third largest and fastest growing regional market in Australia.”

TCA was set up in 1991 and took on the F.lli Ferrari crane dealership in 2008. Hyva Container Handling equipment was added in 2012. It is also Queensland dealer for Tadano straight boom cranes and Loadmac truck-mounted forklifts.

Hyva Pacific said it plans to grow by building on existing lines and adding new Hyva product lines, including tipping solutions, waste handling, skiploaders and truck and trailer accessories.

“We thank Don Peden for his trust in us, in taking charge of a successful business which he nurtured over many years and his continued support in the transition and further development of the business,” Bremmer said.

Netherlands-based Hyva Group has 3,500 empoyees around the world and 14 production facilities. The cranes are made in Italy and Brazil. It operates in 110 countries and has more than 30 subsidiaries.

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