More Than Hooklifts: Ampliroll Customizes Vehicles To User Specifications

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When people see the name Ampliroll, the first thing that usually comes to mind is hydraulic hooklifts. That’s perfectly understandable. Ampliroll was first to develop a dual-pivot hook loader in 1969. And the company was first again to introduce it to users throughout the United States in 1980.

Of course, it should come as no surprise that one of America’s leading manufacturers of hard-working hooklifts is working hard in other ways, too.

Ampliroll is also making a name for itself as the builder of custom vehicles. One recent order? A fleet of flatbed trucks for a national safety company. It’s no small job. We’ve completed 25 flatbeds with black stake racks so far in 2019!

Custom Flat Bed by Ampliroll

The advantages are significant. By relying on Ampliroll our client:

  • Enjoys the convenience of working with a single provider for the construction of the truck bodies and application of any related equipment — be it an Ampliroll Hooklifts System, crane, aerial lift or another truck-mounted accessory
  • Gains the assurance that all components will not only work, but also work together to accomplish the job at hand

There are excellent reasons why others should rely on Ampliroll, too. Consider the value, flexibility and efficiency that Ampliroll Hooklifts Systems bring to many types of trucking operations.

By acquiring a single cab and chassis, equipping it with an Ampliroll Hooklifts System and adding as many roll-on/off truck bodies as needed, one rig can do the work of many. Users can haul a dump body one day, a tanker the next, a flatbed the day after, and so on.

Some gain even more efficiency from their hooklift hoist system rigs. For example, a scrap metal hauler who picks up and drops off many loads a day using a hooklift system can do it much more efficiently than a cable-loader-equipped competitor.

Why? Unlike cable-loader drivers, hooklift operators don’t have to leave their cabs to roll-on or roll-off a truck body. With no cables to attach and detach, they can handle more loads per shift. And many would say more safely, too.

After all, hydraulic hooklift operators don’t have to trek across icy, muddy or grease-slick surfaces to hook and unhook roll-on/off bodies. And unlike cable loaders, they don’t stand outside next to moving machinery when operating controls.

For selection, savings and service, make Ampliroll your first choice in hydraulic hooklift systems.

Ampliroll Hooklift Systems are manufactured by Marrel – the inventor of the dual-pivot hook loader in 1969 and first again in bringing them to users across the U.S. in 1980. Today, Ampliroll is the only supplier in the U.S.A. of premier hook loader systems and associated equipment.

Unlike many others, we also offer a complete selection of truck-mounted accessories and roll-on/off bodies that we can supply as a package with our hook loaders, allowing for single-source acquisition! Select from aerial lifts, cranes, grapple systems and more. Also choose from cement mixers, dump bodies, flatbeds, septic pumpers, waste containers, water tankers and other interchangeable bodies. In addition, you can select from our line of high-quality pre-owned hooklift vehicles.