The first trucks in 1947
Olavi Vuorsola started after the driving of the war in 1947. Initially ajokkina was Volvo, the registration number was grandpa's memory image of the LV-127.
Soon after that came the Ford Thames and the Rhine Ford, Dodge, GMC, Chevrolet, Citroen, Diamond, Federal, and the White branded trucks. The best time to run for eight cars. Then the loads were carried out, and in many cases also demolished by hand. The most commonly transported logs, sawn timber, sand, gravel, animals for slaughter, and agricultural products.
Figure tukkikuormassa Leppäruhkan on the road in 1952 GMC 6X6 semi-trailer combinations, and Pomarkku of Saarinen's workshop, mechanical timber crane. Handyman, Leo Heer.
Machine entrepreneur since 1974
Mauno Vuorsola machine entrepreneur started in early 1974. Initially, vehicles and equipment consisted mainly of excavators and dumpers, little by little they were joined, dozers, trucks, trailers, crushers and any other country construction machinery. Some of the civil engineering and transport companies were sold along the way.
This company is perustttu in 1991. In the beginning, we mainly involved in crushing, Finland and Sweden. The company was formerly Oy Nordiska Berg Teknik AB. Later, activities focused on Finland, and the company name was changed Vuorsola Ltd
At the beginning of the 2000s, it was decided to focus on the crane industry, and the company's other machinery was sold or leased out. At the same time, Mikko started to take responsibility for the company's affairs and gradually took over as CEO. Today, Mikko's younger sister, Satu Vuorsola is responsible for the company's driving patterns and the office.
Currently, our fleet includes a number of heavy Hiab car, truck-mounted cranes, strong World Power installation of cranes in confined spaces, heavy transport lavettiyhdistelmiä, saattoautoja, demountable cars, wheel loaders, excavators, tower cranes, aerial work platforms, several types of carriages, the sequel to trucks, trailers and skidding heavy transfers.
Frau Mikko Vuorsola