Hyva reaches two million cylinders milestone

Hyva has produced its two millionth hydraulic telescopic cylinder in October 2017. This production landmark has been celebrated in all cylinder production facilities around the world – in Germany, Brazil, India, and China – on Wednesday 11 October.

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The hydraulic cylinder, Hyva’s historical core product, is recognised as a world leader in quality and performance. Cylinder production started in 1982 and by 1995, cumulative production stood at 95,000 units. Cumulative totals of 500,000 were reached in 2007, one million in 2011, and now in 2017, two million cylinders.

It is an impressive milestone and the rate of increase in sales in recent years to satisfy demand in new applications, existing territories and new geographical territories as our business has grown.

Hyva India

And, very importantly, while increasing volumes, we have maintained the quality and innovation associated with the Hyva brand.

Front-end cylinders are predominantly used on tipper truck and trailer applications in the Road construction, Mining, and Transportation sectors.
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