“Kramer secures the 5th generation” - the compact wheel loader KL14.5 with the Mayer family

(Pfullendorf/Hohentengen, November 2020) The Mayer family from Hagelsburg, a small hamlet in the Sigmaringen District, has had the new Kramer wheel loader KL14.5 as a field test machine since the beginning of August 2020. It is best suited to flexible and daily application in their agricultural operation.


The Kramer 5085 and 8155 in royal application at the Hohenschwangau Castle

Royal performance by Kramer machines at the tourist attraction in Schwangau. (Pfullendorf/Hohenschwangau, October 2020) Hohenschwangau Castle’s history, the childhood residence of young King Ludwig II, stretches as far back as the 12th Century. At this time, the castle was occupied by knights and over the centuries, it has suffered serious damage. In 1832, Royal Prince Max, later King Max II, acquired the castle and had it converted to the modern-day Hohenschwangau Castle. The daily application of both of the Kramer wheel loaders: 5085 and 8155, ensures that tourists feel comfortable here on-site, and that they are able to discover the castle and its surrounding nature, while enjoying it to the max.


Annual overview of the application of the first Kramer wheel loader KL60.8L in France

(Pfullendorf/France, July 2020) About 18 months ago, a Kramer wheel loader KL60.8L with an extended loading system was delivered to France for the first time. Since its commissioning in April 2019, the machine has impressed in every respect, having already clocked just over 3,450 operating hours.


“Life is feasible, but not without a Kramer” - Satzger family backs the KL30.8T

(Pfullendorf/Irsee, May 2020). The Satzger family from Irsee, a small village in Ostallgäu near to Kaufbeuren, has had a Kramer telescopic wheel loader KL30.8T from the premium range since May 2019, which is best suited to the flexible and daily application in their agricultural operation.

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