Jul 20
Excelling at EXCON
Excelling at EXCON
L&T Construction & Mining Machinery business (L&T CMB) showcased one of the most comprehensive and integrated displays of construction, earthmoving, and road machinery at the latest edition of EXCON.
 
An array of 18 machines and eight special attachments drew much attention from the visitors who experienced L&T’s technological strengths and service capabilities.
 
Led by Mr Arvind K Garg (EVP & Head – L&T CMB), Mr Yasunori Fujii (MD – Komatsu India) and Mr Johan Schlyter (MD – Scania CV India Pvt Ltd), L&T’s principals Komatsu and Scania, L&T’s Kansbahal Work, L&T Construction Equipment Ltd, Movax, Rammer and Kemroc – all came together, to put up the impressive show.
 
Hosted in Bengaluru from 17-22 May, EXCON is one of the largest exhibitions in South-East Asia, and was organised after a gap of three years.
 
The L&T CMB pavilion was inaugurated by Karnataka Chief Minister, Mr Basavaraj Bommai, and Union Minister of State for Road Transport & Highways & Civil Aviation, General (Retd) V K Singh. The Director General of Border Roads (DGBR), Lt Gen Rajeev Chaudhry, and his team visited the pavilion, taking a keen interest in the various machines and the attachments.
 
Customers and prospective customers were upbeat about L&T’s synchronised range of products, including attachments, spares, lubes and sand plant solutions and aggregate crushing solutions – all backed by cutting-edge technologies. The L&T stall also displayed a new range of road machinery manufactured as part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative.
 
Visitors to the pavilion also experienced the virtual and augmented reality simulators that imitated real-life work conditions and digitalised solutions.
 
Answering the pressing need for greener solutions, three new eco-friendly, B20-biodiesel-ready hydraulic excavators and a motor grader were launched by Komatsu at EXCON. The current models of road machinery and wheel loaders manufactured by L&T too meet the CEV-IV emission norms.
 
Then, Komatsu and L&T CMB jointly launched Komatsu Genuine Engine Oil (CK4) to meet stringent lubrication requirements of these engines and provide superior performance.
 
Affirming a customer-centric approach, Komatsu India and L&T CMB inaugurated a mobile KGO lube van for safe doorstep delivery of lubricants to customer sites. It will carry four barrels, including an empty one, collect used oils and dispense them using an ecologically-safe process. Featuring a viscosity testing facility, the van offers a provision for safe loading and unloading of barrels.
 

Comments

Very good display. Particul...

Very good display. Particularly the B20, Bio diesel ready Hyd excavator shows that we are one step ahead in the market. Need more initatives on alternate fuels.
 on 7/23/2022 2:26 PM