About us

 

The team


The team consists of enthusiastic people who have a passion for technology and together they produce great end results. Problems? These are challenges for us! Together we ensure that these problems are tackled. This is what makes Hoeflon strong!

History 

Hoeflon designs, builds and sells mini-cranes, also known as compact cranes, spider cranes or mini-crawlers.

The first mini-crane was built and delivered in 2006. Soon thereafter Hoeflon received a request to add a fly jib so the crane could do even more. Hoeflon took on the challenge and soon the mini-crane with fly jib was on the market. Over the past ten years the dedicated Hoeflon team has made many more great strides in the development.

In 2018

Thanks to the ever increasing demand for our mini-cranes, Hoeflon has grown rapidly in recent years. We hgrew well beyond the space available in our previous building. That is the reason why we have moved to another, beautiful building now.

Gert van Hoef

Gert van Hoef

Director & Sales

sales@hoeflon.com

David Fokker

David Fokker

Export manager

sales@hoeflon.com

Maria Rebel

Maria Rebel

Finances, HRM & Marketing

Elsemarie van den Bosch

Elsemarie van den Bosch

Secretary employee

info@hoeflon.com

Wilbert van Wessel

Wilbert van Wessel

Operations

Arno van den Brink

Arno van den Brink

Warehouse manager

parts@hoeflon.com

Dennis van Hoef

Dennis van Hoef

Service & Support

service@hoeflon.com

We sponsor the Kusamalila Foundation.

 

The Kusamalia Foundation has been working since 2008 for the orphans of Grace Children's Home in Namwera, Malawi. Grace Children's Home accommodates 35 children who no longer have parents or parents who can not care for them. Alide van Manen coordinates the care, upbringing and education of the children. Four native mothers take care of the daily care. Teaching the children at the local school in a nearby village. Larger distances must be covered for secondary education. Namwera is a remote village in the east of Malawi.
 
Hoeflon provides part of the livelihood of Alide van Manen and the orphans.

 

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