About Stokota

The company was established in 1963, grew rapidly and soon developed for quality inn the manufacturing of welded storage tanks.  In 1967 the company started manufacturing road tankers, a market in which , over the years, Stokota quickly became a leading specialist in the Benelux region.

 

The nineties were charaterized by the diversification into environmental vehicles (vacuum tank units and combination units used for waste transport and industrial and city cleaning).  There was a stronger focus on the export market.

Stokota's growth was further enhanced by acquisitions and the establisment of new branches.  In 1996 a Polish branch was founded in Kielce.  This was extended by a second production unit in Elblag in 2001.  In 1998 competitor EKW was acquired and Stokota diversified into the construction of special trailers.  In 2000 CIME, in the north of France, was acquired, further widening Stokota's geographical spread.  A further step in widening the company's range was taken with the integration of Inalco, a company specialiized in the construction of storgane tanks and and silos, in 2003.

 

The company has always succeeded in integration the different manufacturing plants into the Stokota philiosophy.  The high quality of the products and after sales service from the company resulted in:

- a strong market position in the construction of tankers for both the East and West European markets

- an enforced product innovation in the construction of environmental vehicles

- innovativa products such as hydraulically steerd and extendable trailers.

 

After being in business for over 45 yeras Stokota has truly bcome an international producer of industrial vehicles and logistic solutions.