XCMG is now the third largest construction machinery group in the world. Look out Cat and Komatsu.
The first battery swap capable electric truck for New Zealand will arrive next week. The second unit is also now completed at the factory.
The latest brochure of the full range of XCMG’s electric and autonomous products.
If you visited last weeks EV World you may have met our new Etrucks sales manager Drew Lloyd. Drew has broad experience with EV’s and looks forward to helping with your enquiries.
Also new to the Landex/Etrucks team is or parts manager Emily Liu. Emily is currently completing an electronics degree and liaises between our technicians and the factory support in China.
Delivery day of ten new 60 tonne electric dump trucks in China.
Diesel dump truck deliveries are still in bigger numbers for now.
The fully electric 19.5 tonne XC958EV is now available to order. Rated work time is 5-6 hours heavy loading with a 90 minute recharge time with a 180kW charger.
Our XC9 series diesel loaders have arrived. Definitely worth the wait.
A lot higher specification that the old LW series at much the same price.
Ecostocks XC938 with a 2.1cbm high dump bucket to achieve 3900mm dumping clearance.
Also arrived our first turret style boom lift, the IMP120J. The 12m working height boom offers an impressive 6m outreach off a very small base.
Haimes Buildings new TF1300 telescopic forklift in Taupo.
XCMG’s first material handler with a rising cabin, the XE450M
XCMG’s largest pure electric excavator the XE270E
XCMG have won a red dot design award for their latest directional drill with a pivoting cabin.
Asia’s largest ever lift of petrochemical tower at 4606 tonne and 116m high. XCMG used a 5000t gantry crane and the 4000t lift crawler crane to walk in the base. The lift took three and a half hours.
Some heavier XCMG gear working in Siberia.