Work at height
Bronto Skylift is a trusted global supplier of truck-mounted aerial platforms. We design, manufacture, sell and service appliances for rescue and firefighting, as well as for industrial access. Whatever your job requires, our product range of over 50 models with a range of 17 to 112 meters working height will ensure you are up for it.
Our headquarters and production plants are situated in Finland. In addition to our subsidiaries in Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA we have an extensive network of local partners around the globe. We are a part of Japan-based Morita Holdings Corporation.
Like all fire fighting equipment, the aerial platforms need regular maintenance to remain safe and ready for the moment they are needed fighting fires and rescuing people.Read more
A 55m high shotgun pellet factory built in 1908 is a historical landmark at Bronto Skylift’s hometown Tampere, Finland, and in fact the only pellet tower still existing in Finland.Read more
Early on Friday morning 10th of July 2020, a major fire completely destroyed buildings over an area of approximately 20,000 m² in the Laufen industrial and technological park. 220 members from 10 fire departments in the cantons of Basel-Landschaft, Basel-Stadt and Solothurn together with staff from other organisations were involved in the firefighting operation. Firefighting
TRI-Lift has been appointed as Bronto Skylift’s distributor in Canada. TRI-Lift is a division of TRI-Crane, which was founded by three partners, Jason Hanna, Mark Williams and Aaron Hanna in March 2019 and is based in Ontario. TRI-Lift was established in 2020 and will be carrying out sales, service, spare parts and rentals of Bronto
The Safety Region of Ijsselland in Netherlands has sealed the deal for three new fire fighting aerial platforms with Bronto Skylift’s local distributor, Kenbri Fire Fighting. The public tender regarding the supply and maintenance of 3 new fire-fighting platforms was awarded to Kenbri and the contract was signed in Zwolle on Tuesday 8th December. The
Our service instructors and the fire fighters from Kuwait Fire Force came together online for a five-day training session. Training consisted of a two-day class room training covering the theory of safe and efficient use of the Bronto aerial platform and three days of full practical training with their new 55-metre aerial ladder platform, the