Landex and Etrucks August 2018

Good Morning

Thanks to everyone who stopped by at EV World. A busy two days at an interesting show. We were pleased to have the only OEM fully electric truck on display.

The demonstrators both have number plates and are available to test. They have been quite busy this month with various logistics and delivery companies.

Staying with the fully electric theme how about this 28 tonne payload off highway dumper? The battery pack is good for 120km.

Introducing our new Landex Sales Manager, Luke Blommerde. Luke has a wide range of industry experience including building underground mining equipment. He can be contacted on 022 6188 456 or luke@landex.co.nz

As you can see above we now have the 4WD Multitasks back in stock and available for sale or rent. These have a raft of features not seen on other electric machines but the biggest advantage is the self leveling legs that allow these to be used on heavily sloping building aprons.
 
As a new product promotion we will offer the Multitask, complete with galvanized tandem trailers at $37,000 + GST during September only.

One of our taller electric scissors, the XE140W ready to head out for work at Oceania Dairy in South Canterbury.

The latest release from the environmental products range this automatic washer for armco barriers and the like.


Another introduction, our new Landex workshop foreman Herman De Beer. Herman has experience on a wide range of equipment and can be contacted on 022 0693571 or herman@landex.co.nz for all your machinery service needs.

Quay Contracting’s LW300K now has the low profile cushion solids fitted. The new pattern is much smoother to drive than the cleated versions.

Fresh off the boat another two LW180K’s in our yard.

Another six 50 tonne loaders on their way from the factory to mine work in Australia.

An LW500KV at a wheel loader operators competition near Xuzhou.

This years intake of 685 new graduates, including a few PhD’s, getting a motivational talk on their first day at XCMG

Can your current all terrain crane climb at 60%? Not sure how often it is needed but XCMG’s smaller cranes can.

The 550 tonne lift crane may struggle on that slope but still a smart machine. XCMG is now the second largest crane manufacturer in the world behind Leibherr.

Regards

Ross Linton
Director
Ph 021 557 376

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