Takeo Asakura, Chief Executive Officer, JDC Corporation, said, ?JDC had been seeking a scraper with high-speed performance to achieve a major breakthrough in large earthworks, and finally found that K-Tec is the solution. JDC was established in 1951 and since then, we have been developing our skills with highly efficient machines in earthmoving. We are going to reinforce K-Tec?s performance in Japan and will expand it into Asian countries shortly. The alliance between JDC and K-Tec makes me sure that it will lead us to our great success.?
Mike Palitsky, Chief Financial Officer, K-Tec Earthmovers Inc, stated, ?K-Tec is extremely excited to partner with JDC Corporation of Japan and has worked diligently to nurture our relationship. We believe that the signing of this MoU is a major step for our mutual goal to further earthmoving technology in Japan and the ASEAN countries which will greatly benefit both of our organisations now and for the foreseeable future.?
K-Tec?s ADT scraper models range in size from 21 to 48 cu m, with the ability to be pulled in train configuration for a total heaped capacity of 56 cu m 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.