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Perlini DP405 demonstration at Hillhead 2010

Perlini Equipment (formerly known as Perlini Interational) is an Italian off-road rigid hauler manufacturer. As of 2012, it has sold over 12.000 trucks, and its products are present in all continents.

The company's current production range includes rigid haulers from 30 to 95 metric tons of payload, and is being distributed both directly and through partners Volvo CE (for most of Europe) and Randon Veículos (for South America).


Perlini was founded (as Officine Meccaniche Perlini) by Roberto Perlini in 1957. Before producing its own trucks, Perlini modified road vehicles, adding extra axles and building tanks for bulk materials

In 1961 Perlini produced its first off-road hauler, and 1970 the thousandth vehicle was product.

In 1985, as Perlini International, the company lauched the 131-33 all-terrain model, the bestselling Perlini vehicle.[1]

The company has two manufacturing facilities with a total area of 130.000 sq.m in San Bonifacio (Verona) and Gambellara (Vicenza).

On April 2010, as Perlini Equipment, the company signed a partnership agreement with Volvo CE, and today Perlini trucks are sold in UK, Germany, Norway, Poland, Austria and most of Europe by Volvo. Shortly thereafter, Perlini also signed a partnership agreement with Brazilian company Randon Veículos for distribution in Brazil and South America.


Dump Trucks

  • DP255
  • DP405
  • DP605
  • DP705
  • DP905
  • DPT70

Discountinued Dump Trucks

  • DP205
  • DP 366
  • DP 655
  • T15
  • T20
  • T40

All Terrain Vehicles

  • Models 131 and 105 F - for Dakar Rally
  • fire trucks
    • AIS Perlini Baribbi crash tender using Perlini 605D chassis
    • B502 4x4 Rosehbauer - Airport fire truck
  • quarry and mining equipment

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