STAHL, a Scott Fetzer Company, has partnered with United Plastic Fabricating of North Andover, Mass., to offer the Razorback, the first polymer composite service body for the work truck industry. The Razorback features a high impact polypropylene service body mounted on a steel or aluminum sub-frame.
David Stahlman has been named vice president of global marketing for Doosan Infracore Portable Power. In his new capacity, Stahlman is responsible for strategic marketing initiatives worldwide for the full line of Ingersoll Rand branded portable equipment such as portable air compressors, mobile generators, lighting systems, concrete equipment and light compaction equipment.
STAHL has made the traditional service body better with the ChallengerST Service Body. This corrosion-resistant, all galvanneal steel body features a “Lock Bolt Construction” that reduces the exposed welding (where rustling begins) used on conventional service bodies.
STAHL’s SST is a commercially built, trade-specific trailer that’s ready to be put into immediate service. The SST features the organized side compartment storage of a service body with the full height interior storage of a trailer. Exterior doors allow access to lower compartments and tools can be positioned where they are needed, not hidden away.
STAHL’s Grand Challenger service body combines the function of a service body with the style of a truck chassis. Curved body sides complement the chassis styling and are constructed of rust-resistant galvanneal steel that stands up to the rigors of the job site.
According to Dan Blade, general manager of Hi-Way Equipment Co. in Houston, TX, on May 1, 2005, Loy B. Stahl accepted the position of Gradall sales consultant of Hi-Way Equipment. “Loy has quite a history in the industry having joined the Gradall Company in 1957,” stated Blade.