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Bär Cargolift Standard S2

More payload for light vehicle classes

Open, closed, up, down – these options can be used to define the requirements on a taillift. After all, not every user intends to load five fully packed trolleys at the same time. Loading two trolleys on a platform in standard height is preferable. Or one pallet with a forklift. So much the better, when the remaining payload of the carrier vehicle allows for additional goods.

Therefore Bär offers for the low and medium payload market segment relatively low platforms and for standardised bodies the light, yet sturdy Standard S2 Cargolifts. The key factor is the 2=4 technology, because it eliminates the disadvantages of conventional 2-cylinder taillifts and is even superior to may 4-cylinder models.

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The time has come: our anniversary website celebrating 40 years of BÄR is online! Find out more about the medium-sized, owner-managed family business and its history of innovation. Because Bär has been going its own way since the company was founded in 1981. In doing so, we have already set a number of innovative solutions that have often had and continue to have an influence on the industry. This is what drives us. Because we know that innovations can be copied, but innovative ability cannot.

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Bär Cargolift is one of the largest manufacturers of taillifts in Europe. Bär offers Cargolifts for all applications and vehicle categories with working loads from 500 to 3000 kilograms: Standard / Cantilever tail gates, single or double folded retractable tail lifts and the Bär VanLift FreeAccess. All products are manufactured in-house at the company's main facility in Heilbronn, Germany, where the first Bär taillift was designed and manufactured by Gerd Bär over 40 years ago.