Rototilt's automatic quick coupler system draws attention at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
Company expects North American market to "really take off" after CONEXPO
Visitors were particularly interested in the fully automatic quick coupler system Rototilt QuickChange.
"It was this year's biggest attention-getter, no doubt about it," says Chris Copeland, Country Manager for Rototilt Inc.
Rototilt has been established in North America for over 10 years and is a known brand among visitors to CONEXPO. The difference from previous shows, however, is that this year, most people are aware of the tiltrotator concept.
"Many were impressed by the flexibility provided by the sandwich solution," says Copeland. "This can be an important factor in the success of the tiltrotator concept."
And interest in tiltrotators could be widely seen among the show's visitors, retailers and various machine manufacturers. Both at Huddig's and Mecalac's booths, visitors could examine complete installations of Rototilt's products. Cat also took the opportunity to launch factory-installed tiltrotators for their smaller machine models.
"The North American market will really take off after CONEXPO, and it's truly exciting to see the tremendous interest and the serious requests we've received at the show," says Copeland.
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