For more than half a century, Holmatro has been developing, producing and testing high-pressure hydraulic equipment for rescue, industrial and tactical applications. Based on the needs of users, our products are known for their high quality and innovative technology. Holmatro sells and services these products through offices in various countries Netherlands, USA, China, UK, Poland and an extensive dealer network.

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