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Steelwrist Hosts Grand Opening of U.S. Headquarters

Thu October 11, 2018 - Northeast Edition #21
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Steelwrist, an international manufacturer of tiltrotators, quick couplers and excavating tools, opened its U.S. headquarters in New Berlin, Conn., on Aug. 31, with an official ribbon-cutting, factory tour and hands-on demonstrations.

The Steelwrist tiltrotator system gives an excavator the ability to have a full 360-degree rotation of the excavator's attachments, dramatically increasing the machine and machine operator's efficiencies. The tiltrotator spins, tilts and acts like a steel wrist attached to the end of the excavating stick.

Steelwrist was founded in 2005 in Sweden and the company prides itself on being the “Swiss army knife” of excavator attachments.

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(L-R): Christian Yanes, general manager of Steelwrist’s Berlin, Conn., headquarters; Mark Kaczynski, mayor of Berlin, Conn.; and Stefan Stockhaus, new markets manager of Steelwrist, cut the ribbon at the grand opening.
(L-R): Christian Yanes, general manager of Steelwrist’s Berlin, Conn., headquarters; Mark Kaczynski, mayor of Berlin, Conn.; and Stefan Stockhaus, new markets manager of Steelwrist, cut the ribbon at the grand opening.

(L-R) are Martin Elfström, application engineer of Steelwrist; Sofia Danielsson, sales coordinator of Steelwrist; and Christian Yanes, general manager of Steelwrist.
(L-R) are Martin Elfström, application engineer of Steelwrist; Sofia Danielsson, sales coordinator of Steelwrist; and Christian Yanes, general manager of Steelwrist.

The Steelwrist tiltrotator system gives an excavator the ability to have a full 360-degree rotation of the excavator’s attachments, dramatically increasing the machine and machine operator’s efficiencies.
The Steelwrist tiltrotator system gives an excavator the ability to have a full 360-degree rotation of the excavator’s attachments, dramatically increasing the machine and machine operator’s efficiencies.

Tyler Equipment demonstrated the tiltrotator engineering with bucket attachment on a Volvo ECR88 excavator.
Tyler Equipment demonstrated the tiltrotator engineering with bucket attachment on a Volvo ECR88 excavator.

The tiltrotator spins, tilts and acts like a steel wrist attached to the end of the excavating stick.
The tiltrotator spins, tilts and acts like a steel wrist attached to the end of the excavating stick.

Tyler Equipment staff was on-hand at the grand opening. (L-R) are Tim McDermott (sales); Bruce Tuper (customer support); Sean King (rental coordinator); Brooke Tyler IV (V.P. customer support); Pete Gej (sales); Doug Ryan (sales); and Roland Mason (sales coordinator).
Tyler Equipment staff was on-hand at the grand opening. (L-R) are Tim McDermott (sales); Bruce Tuper (customer support); Sean King (rental coordinator); Brooke Tyler IV (V.P. customer support); Pete Gej (sales); Doug Ryan (sales); and Roland Mason (sales coordinator).

The parts room is stocked and ready for business.
The parts room is stocked and ready for business.