Bär Cargolift - Lifting Performance.

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This year Bär celebrates its 40th anniversary. Reason enough to look not only back, but also forward. Because our goal is nothing less than to secure the future of the family business - medium-sized, owner-managed, sustainable.

Due to popular demand, you can now also reach our Parts Team via WhatsApp chat. Simply send us a message together with your contact details (customer number, contact person and company name) to +49 162 258 78 78. We will then contact you immediately.

Software based diagnosis is a standard in service for commercial vehicles - just like regular software updates. Now Bär CargoCheck 2020 is available in a new version with various "bug fixes". As a licence holder, you can benefit directly from the latest performance improvements.

Download and installation is all it takes:
Download Bär CargoCheck in the WebShop »

Rarely has reliable loading and unloading been more important than today. Increase the availability of Bär Cargolifts by using Bär Original spare parts. In our new spare parts campaign we offer you from April 2021 on oil cans (5 litres or 20 litres), triangle foot controls as well as its rubber buttons at a special price with up to 50% discount! So what to wait for?

» Order form for spare parts promotion 01.04.-30.06.21 in the WebShop

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Bär Cargolift is one of the largest manufacturers of taillifts in Europe. Bär offers Cargolifts for all applications and vehicle categories with working loads from 500 to 3000 kilograms: Standard / Cantilever tail lifts, single or double folded retractable tail gates and the Bär FreeAccess VanLift. All products are manufactured in-house at the company's main facility in Heilbronn, Germany, where the first Bär taillift was designed and manufactured by Gerd Bär over 40 years ago.

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