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22 January 2014

Philippi-Hagenbuch licenses rear eject body technology to CeDe Group of Sweden

First published21/01/2014
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PHIL Rear Eject Volvo
Philippi-Hagenbuch's patented line of rear eject bodies offer a solution for challenging hauling applications
Philippi-Hagenbuch (PHIL) has signed an agreement with Håkan Johannesson, vice president of CeDe Group of Malmö, Sweden, licensing its Rear Eject Technology for use in off-highway body applications within the construction and mining sectors to CeDe for use in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia.

Rear Eject Bodies manufactured under the agreement by CeDe and shipping into Europe, the Middle East and Africa will be branded as CeDe products and bodies shipped into Australia will be branded under the PHIL brand name.  

“The CeDe Group is an outstanding company that engineers and manufactures a diverse line of equipment for the construction and mining industries. Because of its close proximity to the Port of Malmö and close cooperation with Volvo Construction Equipment, CeDe is able to build customised equipment for Volvo CE products, install its products on the prime machines and ship them as a turnkey solution direct to the dealer or end user globally. This agreement will help PHIL expand into the European, Middle East and African markets with our rear eject bodies, and it will help CeDe further expand into customised articulated hauler solutions,” says Josh Swank, vice president of sales and marketing for PHIL.

PHIL Engineering, headed by its chief engineer LeRoy Hagenbuch, has led the global off-highway haulage industry in rear eject technology.  In 1985, PHIL released its first rear eject product for use in a landfill environment, hauling refuse.  Since then, the company has have amassed multiple US and global patents on rear eject technology.

CeDe Group is a fast growing engineering company with development and production strongly linked, as the whole operation is under the same roof, and this is said tocontribute to dynamic and innovative solutions where ideas are shaped into ready-to-use machines. In the expansive Öresund region of Sweden, CeDe develops and manufactures special applications and complete machines. The majority of its customers are world-leading companies within the mining, construction and offshore industries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia.

Companies in this article

CeDe Group
www.CeDe-Group.se
Philippi-Hagenbuch
www.PhilSystems.com
Volvo CE
www.VolvoCE.com
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