Schwing Stetter unveils premium mini excavators in Kerala
Schwing Stetter India, one of the country’s leading concreting and construction equipment manufacturers, has unveiled its premium category mini excavator range under the XCMG brand at a grand gala function at the Flora Airport hotel & Convention Centre at Cochin, Kerala.

The event witnessed the launch of four XCMG mini excavators in the range of 2 - 4 tonne capacity. This premium “U” series Excavators are XE 20 U, XE 28 U, XE 38 U, and XE 40 U.

All the models are embedded with the latest technology. Some of the other amenities that the machines have are boom deflection, Zero tail, modern canopy and AC cabin, for fatigue-free operation of the operator, as well as built-in self diagnostic modules for easy service and maintenance. Schwing Stetter India is a firm believer in creating products that are reliable, have frugal fuel consumption and are high performers; and these are a testament to that belief. Schwing Stetter is also actively increasing its presence across the country; to ensure they can reach their customers irrespective of their location. By launching the XCMG mini excavators in Cochin, Kerala; Schwing is taking yet another step in its expansion.

Speaking about the importance of this market, VG Sakthikumar, Managing Director, Schwing Stetter India, said, “With our aim of expanding PAN India, Kerala is one of the biggest markets for us; especially in this mini excavator segment. Therefore, we thought it imperative to unveil our four models in the heart of the state, Cochin, where we already have a significant customer base.”

The mini range of excavators was launched on June 17, 2022 at Cochin by PN Krishna Kumar, Director XCMG business along with M Sezhiyan, Vice President CE business and Nassar, Director Nastech Trading company.

Nas-Tech Trading Company, a dealer appointed by Schwing Stetter for XCMG excavators, wheel loaders and motor graders product line for Kerala, expressed that with the pipeline of projects in the state; Schwing’s move to launching these machines in the state is monumental.