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KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA

Address 4690 World Houston Parkway, Houston, TX, 77032, US
Phone 281-288-8430
Fax 281-506-8713
Email [email protected]
Website kobelco-usa.com
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KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA is dedicated to producing a full range of crawler excavators in the 1,360 – 83,460 kg. classes for the rental, landscape, construction, aggregate, roadbuilding, material handling, site preparation, recycling and ancillary markets, including zero tail swing, standard, long-reach and compact models. KOBELCO is well known worldwide as excavator perfectionists for its steadfast focus on improving and enhancing its singular product line. KOBELCO machines are well-known for their advanced technologies including an innovative noise and dust reduction system, advanced hydraulic circuitry for reduction of pressure loss and superior fuel efficiency.

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Following extensive research and innovation in partnership with German engine manufacturer Deutz AG, Kobelco Construction Machinery Europe B.V. has announced the launch of its first electric mini excavator concept. The arrival of the Kobelco Electric powered 17SR comes just three years after the European introduction of the pioneering SK210HLC-10 Hybrid excavator, and further reinforces the Japanese manufacturer's strategy of reducing its environmental impact. The Kobelco electric-powered 17SR concept can be seen for the first time at bauma 2019.

KOBELCO dealer helps kickstart fifth generation family-owned business in Texas

The Moss family has been installing utilities in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) metroplex for almost a century. The fourth-generation family-owned business, Moss Construction Co., was founded in 1989 and became one of the largest utility contracting companies in DFW of its time. The business continued to thrive until 2008, when it was forced to close its doors due to the economic downturn.

Kobelco, Manitowoc end OEM supply agreement

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In-depth report: tracked excavators 10 to 40 metric tonnes

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Built to dismantle

Sure, you could dismantle four to five cars a day by hand. Or, you could process up to 70 a day with the raw power and delicate precision of the Kobelco SK210D multi-dismantling machine. This is what Texas Auto Salvage of San Antonio is currently doing. The company purchased its first SK210D in October, 2017 and quickly ordered a second unit one month later.

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