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2019

Enercon puts the world’s longest “VENTUM” flatbed semitrailers with pendular axles from Goldhofer into operation.

2019

Goldhofer signs a contract to relocate the Airport Technology production facility from Ostfildern to neighboring Nürtingen.

2018

The FTV 500 is the industry-leading flagship for rotor blade transportation, the FTV 500 celebrated its debut in 2018 and, with the aid of an adapter, it is also possible convert it flexibly to the smaller FTV 300.

2018

The “BLADEX” blade tip lifting device enables Goldhofer to set a benchmark for the transport of wind energy blades.

2018

Goldhofer and Trail King Industries, two of the most respected brands in the heavy-duty haulage branch, finalize a cooperation to promote and support the sale of the products from the respective other company in the USA and around the world.

2018

Innovative, well-thought-out, multi-functional: The “BISON” enables Goldhofer to present a completely new family of conventional tow tractors at GSE Expo in Las Vegas in 2018.

2018

The Goldhofer “ALLROUNDER” draws the crowds at the IAA Commercial Vehicles Fair. The innovative Goldhofer solution is always ready for any challenge in construction logistics.

2018

The “ARCUS” PK has its world premiere at the IAA Commercial Vehicles Fair in 2018 - a semi lowloader with a completely new steering system.

2018

ALS Logistic Solutions and Goldhofer open up a joint Representative Office and Regional Logistics Center in Dubai to strengthen Goldhofer's presence in the Middle East and Africa.

2017

The foundation of Goldhofer Inc. in Delaware USA, and the majority takeover of the long-standing sales and service partner Flite Line Equipment, enables Goldhofer to expand its operations on the American continent.

2017

The latest generation of future-ready baggage and cargo tractors and transporters with highest-possible availability and lowest TCO, “SHERPA” are the highlight at inter airport Europe.

2016

The “ADDRIVE”, which is applicable both as a self-propelled vehicle and as a towed module, is presented with outstanding success at bauma 2016 in Munich.

2016

Commissioning the new logistics center with an area of 6,000 m².

2015

The fourth generation of the towbarless tow tractors: The AST-2 “Phoenix” lands at inter airport Europe.

2014

The revolution in heavy-duty transport: Hydraulic width-capable adjustment with the PST/ES-E (285).

2013

Presentation of the MacPherson Axle (MPA) at bauma Munich.

2013

Acquisition of the Schopf Group and expansion of the aviation product range.

2012

“Factor 5” – 100 t to move loads of 500 t: Presentation of the new high girder bridge.

2010

First lowloader semitrailer with STZ-VP pendular axles makes its debut at bauma Munich.

2010

SFL100 and SFL140 ore loader in the 10-14 t payload category.

2009

Presentation of the electrically-propelled F210 and F110e tractors at inter airport Europe.

2008

First 10-axle semi lowloader with steering shank axles and hydraulic axle compensation.

2008

First fully electronically steerable self-propelled vehicle with an axle load of 60 t and a width of 2.43 m.

2008

Baggage and cargo tow tractors like the ZH 4 complement the product range.

2007

SFL60XLP underground mining loader, especially developed for ore mining of precious metals, is presented at bauma Munich.

2006

THP/DL modular trailer with special axle spacing for USA.

2006

Goldhofer compact system XLE up to 110t payload.

2005

Adaption of the F396 to the specific demands of the Airbus A380.

2005

The worldwide-largest rod-free Goldhofer AST-1 X towbarless tow tractor with an A380 at Airbus in Hamburg.

2004

Fully electronically steerable modular transporter with a never previously achieved construction height of 920 mm.

2003

LoadStar loading vehicle.

2002

THP/UT modular trailer with air-operated disc-brakes.

2000

Goldhofer becomes a public limited company.

1994

Self-propelled heavy-duty module with electronic multiple-route steering +/- 110°.

1994

Self-propelled passenger stairs PS560.

1993

Self-propelled heavy-duty module with electronic multiple-route steering +/- 110°.

1993

The complete AST family: AST-1/AST-2/AST-3.

1991

High girder bridge with 385 t payload.

1989

First self-propelled heavy-duty module with hydrostatic traction drive.

1988

The F396 powerhouse F396 with drawbar pulling force of up to 380 kN.

1987

First towbarless tow tractor.

1984

First electrically-powered aircraft tow tractor F246.

1982

First electrically-powered aircraft tow tractor F246.

 

1982

Underground loader with electric propulsion for even more safe operation in the mining industries.

1977

Expansion of the tow tractor product range: smaller, high performance aircraft tow tractor F106.

1973

First THP/S 8 side-by-side combination.

1972

Alois Goldhofer presents the first THPK modular trailer.

1968

First aircraft tractor F130.

1968

Entry into the mining industries with the first underground loader L110.

1963

Heavy-duty trailer with mechanical axle suspension and steering. Forerunner of the current module system.

1959

First universal shovel loader for construction and industrial purposes.

1957

First loader with oscillating steering in the 1 cubic meter class.

1952

First rear-end lowloader.

1951

First Schopf shovel loader L27 with hydraulic operation of the shovel.

1948

Establishment of Schopf Maschinenbau GmbH by engineer Jörg Schopf.

1946

Establishment of “Allgäuer Fahrzeugwerke Alois Goldhofer KG” and production trailers.

1705

The Goldhofer forge in Amendingen is mentioned for the first time.