A successful partnership The challenging off-road route of the Merlo Training and Research Centre has become a circuit for the training of drivers of the vehicles of the Italian Army Make way
for spring
Passion, tenacity and teamwork.
It is with these unstoppable
forces that Merlo technology
overcomes even the
most demanding challenge.
Crystal clear Periodic washing
of photovoltaic panels
is essential to maintain
high efficiency
in power generation.
Innovative technopolymers, much more than plastic The improvement of the chemical-physical performance of plastic materials and production technologies is a challenge that technicians of the Merlo Technopolymers Department face every day.

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Dynamic Synergy READ ALL Blue bricks for hope The solidarity campaign conceived and led by the Italian UNIFIL mission continues in Lebanon. Dynamic Synergy READ ALL Dynamic Synergy The Merlo Group and the Italian Army continue their partnership with the new off-road circuit for the training of military vehicle drivers. Oltre il guado READ ALL Beyond the ford The Fire Brigade
have completed
the tests for the
qualification of the
CFRM off-road track.
Stabilizzare READ ALL Stabilisation required
even on a slope?
No problem!
The hydraulic stabilisers of the PANORAMIC telehandlers ensure the stability necessary to operate safely even on soils with cross slope


April-June 2021 – Year XXIV – Issue 2
July/August 2021 – Year XXV – Issue 148
June 2020 – Vol. 29 – Issue 6


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