Volvo Construction Equipment and SDLG are extending their cooperation to accelerate growth. As of December 2020, all SDLG excavators from 15 tons made for the Chinese market will be consolidated into one product line based on the latest Volvo technology and will be Volvo branded.
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Volvo Construction Equipment ended 2018 strongly, the company says that it not only posted its best set of annual financial results ever, but also helped parent company the Volvo Group achieve record results. Growth in both machine and service businesses, and increased demand from construction, infrastructure and mining in all major markets, helped Volvo CE deliver strong improvements in sales, operating income and order intake.
From November 27 to 30, sister companies Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE), Volvo Penta, Volvo Financial Services (VFS) and SDLG are revealing a star lineup of construction equipment and technologies designed to handle the region's rapid infrastructure growth in the most sustainable way possible. Under the theme of ‘Building Tomorrow,' the stand in the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) is showcasing to an audience of 200,000 visitors how it has the machines, services and network to adapt to a dynamically changing world.
It's an age-old question when considering equipment purchases: a new machine or an auctioned piece of equipment? Considering the auction market for construction equipment in North America is roughly the same size as the market for new machines, it is a dilemma that nearly all equipment owners are facing.
SDLG has launched its largest wheel loader in North America to date: the L959F. The new machine is a Tier 4 Final upgrade to its predecessor, the LG959, and features a 4.0-cubic-yard-capacity bolt-on edge bucket, as well as a Deutz-SDLG SD80F engine.
SDLG and Alibaba Group Holdings, which is headquartered in Hangzhou, China, have announced a new partnership aimed at improving and enhancing intelligent manufacturing techniques at SDLG's assembly plants in China.
SDLG will showcase its newest North American offering — the SDLG L918F wheel loader — at the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition 2017 (ICUEE) from October 3-5 at outdoor booth K335 at the Kentucky Exposition Center. Personnel will be on hand to discuss the L918F and how it can benefit the utilities market.
Keene, New Hampshire, has used an SDLG LG959 for loading aggregate materials and snow removal since September 2016, and city operators appreciate the wheel loader's quality and simplicity.
SDLG has announced a new, North American website that will make it easier for dealers and customers to interact with the company. The new site is optimized for mobile devices, for example, and it will present well on desktops, tablet and smartphones. It also features a new, robust search function that makes finding information on the company's products and dealers more convenient than before.
SDLG debuted a new compact wheel loader – the SDLG L918F – at CONEXPO 2017.
SDLG will debut a new compact wheel loader – the SDLG L918F – at CONEXPO 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company will occupy Gold Lot Booth G3890, an outdoor booth at the show, which runs from March 7-11. Several experts will be on hand to discuss the new machine and how it fits into the brand’s overall North American strategy.
Concord, Ontario-based contractor Maple-Crete has added an additional five new SDLG wheel loaders to its fleet, and now has the largest number of SDLG machines working in North America.
SDLG adds PacWest Machinery to dealer network; adds West Coast distribution centre to facilitate growth
PacWest Machinery is the latest company to join SDLG’s ever-expanding roster of dealers. The Seattle, Washington–based seller of construction equipment will begin offering the brand’s wheel loaders immediately. PacWest will also become a new distribution centre to facilitate the brand’s growth on the West Coast.
For the first time in North America, SDLG will exhibit its new range of Tier 4 Final wheel loaders at the 2016 APWA Snow Conference. The event takes place May 22 – 25 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut, and is hosted by the American Public Works Association.
SDLG will roll out Tier 4 Final wheel loaders across North America beginning this spring. The new machines are upgraded to meet emissions regulations in the U.S. and Canada. All four models that are currently for sale in the region are being replaced with a Tier 4 Final version.