Clients developed keen interest in XCMG products
Personnel were explaining for clients on site
XCMG high-altitude operation platform’ first appearance in Europe attracted several large local rental companies and professional service providers of large-scale high-altitude operation platform to visit, negotiate and operate in person. Clients spoke highly of the performance and quality of XCMG high-altitude operation platform, and had soon developed keen interest in products and cooperation intentions.
Local clients are full of praise for XCMG high-altitude operation platform
Of all the products on display, the most notable is the XE150WB wheeled excavator newly developed this year. The most prominent feature of this new product is that it adopts a transmission mode with integrated bridge and gearbox, which can not only protect the gearbox, but also enhance the passing capacity of the whole machine on rugged mountain roads. The upper part of the crane adopts rotary support of greater slewing bearing for better stability of the whole machine. It also adopts a “long stroke” joystick to make the operation more suitable for European clients’ using habits with more accurate control.
XCMG XE150WB wheeled excavator
In addition, other series products of XCMG also drew the attention of European clients at the booth. The XE210U excavator is a quality product tailored for European clients by comprehensively integrating Germany’s leading technology to meet the four-stage emission standards. The XE35U mini excavator is a new generation product designed for European cities characterized by small construction sites. The ZL50GV upgraded 5-ton loader adopts Volvo’s latest engine and has reached European advanced emission level.
XCMG XE210U excavator
XCMG XE35U mini excavator
XCMG European (Germany) Research and Development Center
XCMG speeds up the research of technology for core parts and components including “valve, pump, motor and hydraulic system” based on two parts and components companies acquired in Europe and XCMG European (Germany) Research and Development Center established in Dusseldorf, Germany.