01 Feb See Power-Packer’s Hydraulic Outrigger Systems in Action at The Work Truck Show
Center in Indianapolis? If you are, be sure to stop by Booth #2635 to see Power-Packer’s hydraulic outriggers in action. This year, we will showcase our customizable hydraulic outrigger systems Are you attending the Work Truck Show 2018 this March 7-9 at the Indiana Convention for crane trucks. We’ll also display our hydraulic cab tilt systems, which can be perfectly matched to meet the weight and specs of your cab. And, Power-Packer experts will be on hand to answer questions and help you customize the best solution for your needs.
Hardest Working Outriggers in the Industry
Specifically designed for work truck applications, Power-Packer’s hydraulic outrigger systems provide safe, stable support for work trucks with a lift capacity up to 14,000 lbs. We offer 2.25” and 3.0” bore hydraulic stabilization legs with a long, power-out cylinder for fast and reliable outrigger extension. Power-Packer legs are available in square and round configurations to fit seamlessly into any work truck.
The Power-Packer Difference
At Power-Packer, we focus on customized solutions that fit seamlessly into your equipment, from a single component to an entire system. To best meet your application, we can make simple modifications or design a new hydraulic stabilization system.
About the Work Truck Show 2018
Along with Power-Packer, The Work Truck Show will feature more than 480 other exhibitors in over 500,000 square feet of exhibit space. The show is the ultimate resource for industry professionals, allowing you to:
- See the latest vocational truck and equipment displays, with product experts available at exhibitor booths
- Meet with current and prospective suppliers
- Find solutions to critical technical questions
- Interact with thousands of peers
- Gain insight into recent industry and market trends
Owned and operated by NTEA, the Association for the Work Truck Industry, The Work Truck Show is North America’s largest work truck event. It offers a once-a-year chance to see all of the newest industry products, choose from dozens of industry-focused training courses, and gain access to technical engineering representatives from hundreds of exhibiting companies. Exhibition hall hours run from 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 7, through noon on Friday, March 9. Learn more about the show.
The U.S. Work Truck Industry
In the United States, the work truck industry continues to expand. According to NTEA, total work truck industry shipments are forecast to increase by 6% this year, with growth in both commercial chassis shipments and complete vehicles produced. In addition, U.S commercial vehicle retail sales for Classes 3-7 trucks are expected to reach 540,000 units in 2018.