Below you will find some examples of our OEM customers that we supply with a variety of UNITEDSEATS Products. Together with the (OEM) customer we go through a customer project product plan. With our team of product specialists, ergonomists and engineers we discuss the possibilities of supplying unique seating products. Within such projects all important aspects such as required technical specifications, health and safety issues, product branding, delivery demands and off course budgets are discussed with the customer. 3D drawings, rapid supply of prototypes and special customer build products are just a few of our unique standard services we offer.
JCB is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of construction equipment. Their world headquarters is in Rocester, Staffordshire in the UK, and they have several other assembly sites in the same county. During 2021, JCB experienced difficulties with the seat supplier for their site dumpers. As UnitedSeats had already been supplying the MGV35 andRead More
Charlatte provides electric tractors for airports and auctions, which transport luggage trolleys. These electric tractors are equipped with our UnitedSeats GS12 CB seats with seat belt. Charlatte is part of the Fayat Group. UnitedSeats provided 1.200 GS12 CB seats for Charlatte and will be delivered partly in 2022 & 2023.
Fendt equips telescopic handler Cargo T955 with UnitedSeats LGV90/C1. This seat is well-known for its: adjustable back extension useful if someone is taller or shorter adjustable armrests foldable armrests adjustable backrests backrest to the front and back 3-steps lumbar support Ergonomic back support turntable (optional) practical to turn the seat to look behindRead More
Thaler is a manufacturer of loaders, which are small shovels used mainly on farms. The loaders are equipped with our UnitedSeats US20 mechanical suspension seat, withour armrests. This US20 is a semi-suspended low comfort seat, compact in height but has, despite its limited dimensions, still a great comfort, 3-mm weight adjustment for theRead More
Doosan Infracore Europe
Doosan Infracore Europe started with a new line of compact wheel loaders, made by Tobroco-Giant. They started the new line at the beginning of 2022. The compact wheel loaders are equipped with the UnitedSeats MGV55 mechanical suspension seat. Some wheel loaders are equipped with the UnitedSeats LGV90/C2 series, equipped with an air suspension.Read More
Kinetic Crane Solutions
Lacom Cranes & Supplies B.V. is supplier of the brand Kinetic Crane Solutions, which is part of Lacom B.V. Kinetic Crane Solutions, and has a wide range of autoloader cranes, where they required the knowledge of the company KENNIS (Knowledge) Cranes by HYVA. The autoloader cranes are provided with the UnitedSeats Mi560 K2Read More
Thwaites is the leading manufacturer of site dumpers based in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire in the UK. Their brand is synonymous with quality and being very reliable. So it is pleasing that after 3 and a half years of intensive testing they have chosen the MGV35 compact suspension seat. In the photos you canRead More
Tobroco is the manufacturer of GIANT wheel loaders. These are designed and built in a modern factory in Oisterwijk, The Netherlands. Thanks to modern technology, development and the best components, the Giant wheel loaders are built with the utmost care, quality and commitment. UnitedsSeats is the sole supplier of various bespoke air and mechnicalRead More
KNIKMOPS produces small sturdy wheel loaders and is made in Belgium by GEENS Brothers. Geens were a long established manufacturer of pavers which they sold under the ROLMOPS brand and then diversified into their current range of wheel loaders. These no frills machines are widely used by professionals in the landscaping sector. UnitedSeatsRead More
Crown is one of the leading forklift truck manufacturers. Crown lift trucks are used in transporting materials and goods in warehouses, distribution centres and manufacturing facilities. Crown Equipment was looking for a comfortable seat for their new series of reach trucks. The seat had to meet the current standards and be within budget.Read More