Marco Group

Marco Group AB has its head office and management group in Ängelholm, Sweden.

Marco Group AB is Europe’s leading producer of hydraulic lifting tables. Over the last 40 years, lifting tables have been developed, designed, produced and marketed within the group. During this time, the group companies have acquired unique expertise and experience in the development and use of lifting tables within the fields of industrial materials handling and logistics. Standard versions and customized logistic solutions are included in the product mix according to market requirements and wishes.

 

Marco AB Sweden www.marco.se
Hymo AB Sweden www.hymo.com
Jihab AB Sweden www.jihab.com
MH Modules Sweden www.mhmodules.com
Marco DK Denmark www.marcolift.com
Marco GmbH Germany www.marcolift.de
Hymo GmbH Germany www.hymo-hubtisch.de
Marco Sarl France www.marco.fr
Hymo Sarl France www.hymo.fr
Marco Ltd England www.marcolifts.co.uk
Hymo Ltd England www.hymo.co.uk
Saxon lifts Ltd England www.saxonlift.com
Marco BV Holland www.marco.nl
Hymo BV Holland www.hymo.nl
Marco China China www.marcolift.cn
Marco Pvt Ltd India www.marcoscissorslift.in
Marco Brazil Brazil www.marcolift.com.br

 

Marco Group is also represented by 60 distributors and a number of OEM and catalogue companies all over the world. All of those companies can be found under each countries web site above.

 

Marco Group AB’s vision is to meet the market’s ever stricter requirements for rational, cost efficient logistic solutions by means of active product development and continued high employee expertise.

 

This will be achieved by:
• continuing to develop a skilled, well-run organization.
• continuing in active product and production development, thus providing the right technical solution to meet customer requirements.
• offering customers attractive products in terms of both quality and price by means of rational production technology and cost-efficient material purchasing.

 

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The positive sales trend is continuing and an upward forecast in turnover has been predicted