WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE

HUBERT PALFINGER.
ENGINEER AND INVENTOR.

WORLDWIDE, HUBERT PALFINGER TECHNOLOGIES STANDS FOR THE MOST INNOVATIVE, RELIABLE AND COST-EFFECTIVE SHIPPING REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE SOLUTIONS FOR USE ON MARITIME AND OFFSHORE FIELD. WITH OUR TECHNOLOGICAL EXPERTISE AND EXPERIENCED STAFF, WE SET QUALITY BENCHMARKS IN THE INDUSTRIES IN WHICH WE OPERATE. SUSTAINABILITY AND THE RESPONSIBLE USE OF RESOURCES ARE AT THE CORE OF ALL OUR ACTIONS. HIGH FLEXIBILITY AND COMPETENCE IN PRODUCTION AND A GLOBAL SALES AND SERVICES NETWORK GIVE US A CRUCIAL COMPETITIVE EDGE AND ENSURE OUR CUSTOMERS LIFETIME EXCELLENCE. HUBERT PALFINGER AND HIS TEAM STILL DRIVEN BY THE GOAL OF REVOLUTIONIZING THE SHIPPING AND OFFSHORE BRANCHES WITH INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS FOR ACCESS AND MAINTENANCE.

WE ARE
“LEGENDARY IN INNOVATIONS”.

OUR HISTORY

2015

Palfinger Systems becomes Hubert Palfinger Technologies. The company is 100% owned by the Palfinger family. The headquarters of Hubert Palfinger Technologies is in Salzburg. The company has manufacturing facilities in Weng bei Admont (Austria), Hamburg (Germany) and Singapore.

2010

On November 1st, 2010, the Marine Crane Division of PALFINGER SYSTEMS is incorporated into Palfinger AG. Since then, Palfinger Systems has focused solely on the development and manufacture of innovative access and service solutions for the marine and offshore industries. The access systems, depending on the product, are also available for rent.

2008

After several name changes (HTC Systems and Palfinger Marine) the company has been PALFINGER SYSTEMS GmbH since May 1st, 2008. The company is 100% owned by the Palfinger family. The headquarters of PALFINGER SYSTEMS is in Salzburg. The company has a manufacturing and assembly facility in Weng bei Admont (Austria).

2000

HTC-System is established, a development department within Palfinger AG, which deals with innovative corrosion protection methods and access systems in the marine sector.

1992

The Palfinger Marine Sector is established. It initially includes the manufacture of marine cranes.