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Kardie Equipment: Delivering Solutions to Get You There!

We pride ourselves on providing the safest and most efficient access solutions for the toughest to reach places.

As the industry leader, Kardie Equipment (TGM Wind Services) has the largest fleet of MEWP (mobile elevating work platforms) in North American. We are also the largest distributor for Bronto Skylift (Finland). Since 2010, our truck-mounted aerial equipment rental fleet, which has grown to 31 units, has pioneered aerial access in the renewables sector for the world’s largest wind companies but we did not stop there proving our capabilities to new industries; Transmission & Distribution, Petrochemical & Refining, Aerospace, Construction and Telecommunications.

Safety FocusedEfficientExperienced. Our fleet offers extensive outreach and flexible working capabilities in a variety of settings. We provide the safest, most efficient and reliable MEWP’s that offer 50 feet negative reach up to 295 feet vertically and 131 feet of horizontal reach.


Kardie Equipment is proud to serve customers all over the country. In 2020, we took on projects in more than twenty different states, and we’ve only been growing since. After primarily working in the wind and renewables industry, we have been expanding into new territories such as utility, oil & gas, construction, and more.

Head Office USA:
Kardie Equipment (A TGM Wind Company) 
3503 Wild Cherry Drive
Lakeway, TX 78738 USA

(888) 958-0499

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"I founded this company with the belief that I could increase employee safety
while also improving efficiencies and quality. To this day, that has been the driving force
for every move I have made in building
and running Kardie Equipment."




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