Celebrating a Hyva milestone – 3 million front-end cylinders manufactured
We are proud to announce that we have produced our three millionth front-end telescopic cylinder.
This is a remarkable achievement – to have consistently maintained the quality and innovation required to produce the world’s leading front-end hydraulic cylinder for more than forty years. This production landmark will be celebrated in all Hyva locations around the world.
Recognizing this historic milestone, Alex Tan, CEO of Hyva, commented, “Three million cylinders is a magnificent achievement. It is testament to the quality and innovation encapsulated in our products. This value is recognized by our customers and I thank them for their loyalty over the years.”
Front-end cylinders are predominantly used on tipper truck and trailer applications in the Construction, Mining, Transportation and Agricultural sectors. Hyva’s cylinder production started in 1981 and by 1995, cumulative production stood at 95,000 units. Cumulative totals of 500,000 were reached in 2007, one million in 2011, two million in 2017, and now, in 2023, three million cylinders.
This milestone has been achieved through the continuous application of new technology and innovation. Being responsive to market trends and demanding working conditions, help us to deliver systems which improve efficiency, reliability, and safety for customers.
Current market trends in electrification, hydrogen power and digitalization are shaping the future in the commercial truck industry. For the next million cylinders, new products, such as Digital Tipping Solutions, together with introduction of our ePTO and other digital and electric initiatives are a great step in addressing exactly these industry trends.
Alex Tan concluded, “The market is changing rapidly and moving towards sustainable and electric/digital solutions. We embrace this change and see great opportunities to innovate and produce solutions that meet the new market demands and allow us to service our customers for many more years to come.”