Kobelco zero tailswings arrive in Europe

30 April 2014

The SK35SR is the largest of Kobelco Europe's new zero tailswing minis

The SK35SR is the largest of Kobelco Europe's new zero tailswing minis

Kobelco Europe has introduced three new mini excavators into the region in the shape of the 2.6 tonne SK27SR, 3.4 tonne SK30SR and 3.7 tonne SK35SR zero tailswing machines, all three of which are built in Japan and are expected to start arriving in Europe in May. They feature a new dozer blade and a boom offset function to allow digging along trenches and walls. They feature triple oil-pump technology to ensure continuous and refined digging, travel and load performance, says Kobelco.

KCME product marketing manager Peter Stuijt said: “Kobelco is proud of its 80-year heritage and its continued commitment to using the latest technology throughout its product range – a range that has significantly increased in recent months and underlines our commitment to the European market after a successful reintroduction."

“With the arrival of three new mini-excavators, we are on target to provide a range of specialist earthmoving and construction machines to an established and growing Kobelco dealer network. This, in turn, ensures the demand for particular machines for specific roles within industries can be easily and quickly achieved by Kobelco.”

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