Engcon pays tribute to excavator operators amid pandemic
The tiltrotator facilitates an isolated work environment, enabling the operator to remain in the cab
At a time when many industries need to be up and running to maintain critical infrastructure, Engcon believes that the tiltrotator facilitates an isolated work environment, enabling the operator to remain in the cab. Engcon has created a tribute video in recognition of the excavators as they operate around the world.
Excavator operators perform work that is important not only to the individual contractor but also to society at large. Thanks to excavator operators working enclosed, alone and at a safe distance from others, many in the building, machinery and construction industry can continue their vital assignments.
Engcon's production facilities are up and running and customer demand for both support and spare parts remains high.
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