Allied Systems Company

Allied Systems Company was founded in 1976 as a fabricator of material handling equipment for the wood products industry. Since that time, Allied has expanded greatly and now owns several different product lines, including Allied Marine Crane, Allied Winch, Wagner Chip- Dozer, Wagner Coal Dozer, Wagner Lumberjack, Wagner Steel Handler, Long Reach Attachments, and Freeman Hay Handling Equipment. Allied`s skilled engineering and manufacturing teams have the capability to build custom equipment and vehicles to your design, or we can design the equipment for you, to your exact standards.

Company details

21433 SW Oregon Street , Sherwood , Oregon 97140 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Manufacturing, Other
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Allied Systems Company is a privately held Oregon corporation owned by   Lew and Jeff Rink.

Allied Systems Company was founded in 1976 as a fabricator of material handling equipment for the wood products industry. In 1978, Allied acquired its Marine Crane Division that engineers and manufactures specialized hydraulic box boom cranes for the military, petroleum and shipping industries. In October  1983, Allied purchased the Wagner product line. The Wagner division engineers  and manufactures specialized mobile equipment for the timber, pulp, steel and  power utility industries. In July of 1990, Allied purchased the Hyster line of  mechanical winches; these are sold for installation on log skidders and crawler tractors. Product lines have continued to expand through the 1993 acquisition of  the Ranger Skidder line and the 1996 acquisition of the Hanover Forwarder and  Harvester (now known as the Ranger Forwarder and Harvester) as well as the  Heavy Lift Elevating Transporter. The Long Reach line of lift truck attachments  and material handling products was bought in July 2002. The latest addition to  the company was the Freeman line of hay baling and hay handling equipment in  October 2004.