Kobelco Construction Machinery USA continues to expand representation in the North America market by adding Abi-Quip, Conaker Equipment and Les Equipments Pinso Ltee to its growing dealer network.
KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA
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KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA is dedicated to producing a full range of crawler excavators in the 1,360 – 83,460 kg. classes for the rental, landscape, construction, aggregate, roadbuilding, material handling, site preparation, recycling and ancillary markets, including zero tail swing, standard, long-reach and compact models. KOBELCO is well known worldwide as excavator perfectionists for its steadfast focus on improving and enhancing its singular product line. KOBELCO machines are well-known for their advanced technologies including an innovative noise and dust reduction system, advanced hydraulic circuitry for reduction of pressure loss and superior fuel efficiency.
Sure, you could dismantle four to five cars a day by hand. Or, you could process up to 70 a day with the raw power and delicate precision of the Kobelco SK210D multi-dismantling machine. This is what Texas Auto Salvage of San Antonio is currently doing. The company purchased its first SK210D in October, 2017 and quickly ordered a second unit one month later.
Kobelco Construction Machinery USA has added Correlli, Inc. and Frank Martin Sons, Inc. to its North America dealer network.
KOBELCO USA is continuing its commitment to providing customers with quality products from its North American excavator production facility with plans to nearly double manufacturing capacity by 2018. Mass production at the Spartanburg, SC facility began in 2016 with conventional machines weighing 20-plus tons. Over the past year, KOBELCO has increased production capacity by threefold as the facility is ramping up to produce 1,800 units/year. Today, seven excavator models are being produced at KOBELCO's US manufacturing facility - the SK210LC-10, SK210LC-10 Long Reach, SK260LC-10 Long Reach, SK300LC-10, SK300LC-10 High & Wide, SK350LC-10 and SK500LC-10.
At CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 this past March Kobelco Construction Machinery says they hosted their dealer network members along with thousands of attendees at their exhibit, which displayed the company's latest advancements and exclusive technologies along with several new and specialty excavator models and configurations. The Kobelco display included the SK1000DLC large building demolition machine (shown here), as well as the debut of the SK210D-10 Car Demolition Machine and SK350DLC-10 Building Demolition excavator.
KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA continues to add to its staff of experts with the addition of David Donneral, Specialized Machinery Sales Manager. Donneral joins the KOBELCO USA team in the company’s drive to expand its commitment to the demolition, scrap and forestry markets.
At CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 this past March KOBELCO Construction Machinery says they hosted their dealer network members along with thousands of attendees at their exhibit, where they displayed the company’s latest advancements, exclusive technologies, several new and specialty excavator models and configurations, including the the SK1000DLC large building demolition machine, and debut of the SK210D-10 Car Demolition Machine and SK350DLC-10 Building Demolition excavator.
KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA was recently honoured with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ (AEM) prestigious Pillar of the Industry award. This award reflects the hard work and dedication Kobelco put forth to improve the business environment for the equipment manufacturing industry.
As part of the Kobelco Generation 10, the new SK300LC-10 excavator establishes new standards in value, productivity and durability. This robust 68,100-pound model is powered by a 252-hp Tier 4 Final HINO engine, enabling it to easily tackle heavy-duty applications while remaining fuel efficient. The SK300LC’s engine incorporates a Selective Catalytic Reduction system with Diesel Particulate Filters, which converts NOx into harmless nitrogen and water emissions; the dual system ultimately minimizes Diesel Exhaust Fluid and decreases NOx emissions by 88 percent, while providing the lowest possible operation costs.