Partnership between K-Tec and JDC

By Andy Brown02 September 2019

K-Tec 1237ADT

A K-Tec 1237ADT working on JDC’s  Matsushima Donguri solar power plant earthworks project

K-Tec Earthmovers has announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Japan-based JDC for promoting K-Tec’s earthmoving scrapers in Southeast Asian countries (ASEAN).

The agreement with JDC Corp is said to be part of K-Tec’s business strategy to geographically diversify and partner with global enterprises.

K-Tec’s ADT scraper models range in size from 21 to 48m3, with the ability to be pulled in train configuration for a total heaped capacity of 56m3 in a variety of job environments.

K-Tec Earthmovers currently has units working in a wide range of conditions including: road building, site development, energy fields, mining, and civil engineering projects.

Mike Palitsky, K-Tec Earthmovers chief financial officer, said, “We believe that the signing of this MOU is a major step for our mutual goal to further earthmoving technology in Japan and ASEAN countries, which will greatly benefit both of our organisations.”

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