Volvo Construction and Mining Equipment is the oldest industrial company in the world still active in the construction machinery. It started in 1832 as a machine shop in Eskilstuna, Sweden. Even after almost two centuries since its inception, VCE still remains to be one of the world’s leading manufacturers of heavy machineries with a wide range of product portfolio which includes excavators, articulated haulers, wheel loaders, motor graders, asphalt pavers, compactors etc..
Volvo Trucks Corporation is the second largest producer of heavy duty trucks and transport solutions in the world, with more than 95% of the trucks built belonging to the heavy weight class above 16 tons. Throughout the production apparatus, the company focuses on three core values: QUALITY, SAFETY and ENVIRONMENT.
Volvo Rents began its franchise rental initiative in 2001 and has since grown to 152 stores worldwide and served hundreds of thousands of customers. Volvo Rents gives that extra lift by offering a complete range of construction and mining equipment that can be leased for a fraction of the actual purchasing and maintenance costs. Backed by expert mechanics and operators, the Volvo fleet is well maintained to support the demands of a growing business.
Only Volvo Construction Equipment can provide you with genuine parts of the highest quality, with exact fit and function, as well as access to trained service personnel with extensive knowledge about your particular machine, enabling longer machine service life with sustained high capacity. When you choose Volvo, you quite rightly have high expectations.
The UD Trucks have earned an outstanding reputation for quality, dependability and durability. The UD trademark originally stood for “Uniflow Diesel”, taking its name from the truck’s successful Uniflow Scavenging Diesel engine. Over the years, the trademark has been branded as “Ultimate Dependability”.
SDLG is a brand from China that offers only the best line of wheel loaders in the Asian Region. In collaboration with Volvo Construction Equipment, SDLG's fast-rate development of high quality machinery, would definitely help your business increase productivity without worries. Backed with our 24/7 service support, each machine enables companies and their customers to create progress.
SANY Group Company Ltd. was established last 1989 in China and has grown to be the largest heavy equipment manufacturer in the country and one of the top 10 heavy equipment manufacturers in the world. SANY employs more than 40,000 employees worldwide. SANY Heavy Industry, a core entity of SANY Group, is a publicly traded company listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. SANY Group has had an annual growth rate of 50% for the past 10 years.
Power Curbers was established in 1953 and manufactured the first automatic curb machine in the world. Today, Power Curbers is the world leader in slip-form concrete paving equipment. Headquartered in Salisbury NC, USA Power Curbers has machinery in over 80 countries worldwide. In 2002, after many years of focusing on curb & gutter and barrier applications, Power Curbers expanded the company's product line by creating Power Pavers, based in Cedar Falls IA. Power Pavers manufactures a full line of two-track concrete paving equipment used in street, highway, and airport construction, in addition to slip-form Pavers, Power Pavers manufactures texture cure machines, placer/spreaders, and form Pavers already has machines in operation in over a dozen countries.
Doosan Infracore Portable Power provides comprehensive range of products such as portable air compressors, lighting systems, generators, light construction equipment, and mobile security surveillance. So if you need a power system that's reliable enough to brighten your business' future, then remember Doosan Infracore is the best choice to make.
Cummins is a global power and technology leader that designs, manufactures, sells and services diesel engines and related technologies around the world. Founded in Columbus, Indiana in 1919 as Cummins Engine Company, for its namesake Clessie Lyle Cummins, the fledgling firm was among the first to see the commercial potential of an unproven engine technology.