Day 3 - 24 Days Of Christmas

Day 3 – Pfanzelt Maschinenbau GmbH

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About Pfanzelt Maschinenbau GmbH

Pfanzelt Maschinenbau was founded in 1991 by proprietor Paul Pfanzelt. The company initially focused on the production and installation of geared cable winches for 3-point, quick-fit and fixed attachment to tractors as well as of chain winches. Right from the start, the company has stood for innovation, cost efficiency and safety in the forestry industry.

Many of our innovations are the direct result of requirements, suggestions and wishes from our customers that we then turn into concrete products. With our machines we constantly pursue the goal of providing you with solutions that make your everyday work as simple and cost effective as possible. 

The company is located in the thickly wooded foothills of the Alps giving us a perfect proving ground for our products literally directly outside the front door. We only ship products that are tried and tested under real conditions in difficult terrain.

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Growth to all-round provider

With continuously growing production volumes for cable winches, the product range of Pfanzelt Maschinenbau was expanded to include a second category in 1996 – the professional forwarding trailers. After numerous extensions to the production and administrative buildings, production of the Felix forwarder started in 2001. In 2002, this was followed by start of production of the Pm loading crane and then in 2005 the launch of the Pm Trac multipurpose tractor. Not content to rest on its laurels, Pfanzelt has continued to unveil new innovations in the years after 2005, for example in 2010 with the S-line series of geared cable winches and forwarding trailers. Uncompromising performance, optimised for the heaviest of missions, this is what the logLINE series of winches and forwarding trailers introduced in 2015 promises. In 2016, Pfanzelt celebrated its 25th anniversary with a big celebration.  Pfanzelt paved the way for a new, future-oriented product line in 2017 with the launch of the Moritz mini felling tractor. This was expanded in 2020 with the second generation of remote-controlled implement carriers. Pfanzelt has also been a system supplier for wheel hub drives and split transmission gearboxes since 2020.

Today, we regard ourselves as a forge for new ideas that attaches great importance to close contact with our customers. After all, many of our innovations are the direct result of requirements, suggestions and wishes from our customers. With our machines, we constantly pursue the goal of providing solutions that make everyday work as simple and cost effective as possible.<br/> <br/> We now over the most extensive “Made in Germany” range of forestry implements – from the 3-point winch for private foresters to the Felix specialist forestry tractor for the professional.

Factory tours for groups

If you would like to get to know Pfanzelt more closely, then we would like to invite you to a factory tour. On such a tour we will be proud to show you how Pfanzelt develops and produces all its products at its site in Rettenbach am Auerberg.

You will be guided through all departments from our machining through the welding shop to the final assembly and obtain lots of interesting information about Pfanzelt and its products.

Programme for a factory tour

A tour of the Pfanzelt factory normally takes about 2 hrs. We start by inviting you to our training room. Here you will find out more about the company history and our products. You will then be shown our production buildings.

We organise factory tours from Monday to Thursday from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm and Fridays from 8.00 am to 12 noon.  Groups of between 25 and 60 persons can register for such tours.

Day 3 – 24 Days Of Christmas Giveaway

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