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After delivering and rented several grabbers and specials for many  years at Austria's biggest contractor Felbermayr,
we are now on a project in northern Germany, where various grapples were converted to the Rigter / Kinshofer quick exchange system.
It is a mechanical system with a heavy pin / bushing connection.
Now the rotator unit can always hang on the crane and only need 2 hoses and 1 pin to be exchanged.

For the transhipment crane we have made several adapters recently.
Now all the equipments that are attached to ordinary cranes can also be built
to material handling machine  from 15 to 200 tons.
We have the following adapters cw10 / cw30 / cw45 / cw55 / cw70 and also many others adapters
to Oilquick / Lehnhoff / Licofix / Autoconnect so we can help everyone.
The big advantage of the adapters is that it can be safely worked and that they easily can be positioned.

Friday 16th and Saturday 17th June were the open days of Rigter Handelsonderneming. Because the arable farm existed 40 years, the wage company 20 years and Rigter Handelsonderneming B.V. 14 years and the new canteen and warehouse had to be officially opened, we thought it was time to invite our customers and suppliers to come and our company.

During the open days we were the first to show the new and biggest HPX drive.
The new HPX has been established through intensive cooperation between Rigter's Handelsonderneming and Kinshofer.
In more than two years, Gerard and Kees have been driving up and down to the Kinshofer factory in Germany to consult,
test, and make adjustments. Last year, a HPX drive with re-handling clamshells has been tested by a number of customers
and the comments are only positive.

Kinshofer GmbH from Germany and the U.S.A. based company Solesbee’s Equipment and Attachments, LLC. (Solesbee’s) announced today that they have signed a definite agreement to merge. Under the terms of the agreement Kinshofer has acquired more than 96% of the LLC Units of Solesbee’s.