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New appointments at LiuGong India

LiuGong India has announced the appointment of A Krishnakumar as the President – India effective July 2020.

Hyundai CE partners with KT

Hyundai Construction Equipment (Hyundai CE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with KT to introduce information and communication technologies (ICT) on its range of forklifts.

Hyundai CE partners with KT

Hyundai Construction Equipment (Hyundai CE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with KT

Hyundai CE Europe launches HX300AL crawler excavator

Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe (HCEE) introduced the HX300AL, a 30-tonne Stage V-compliant crawler excavator. This new machine is the ideal workmate for infrastructure works and general construction.

Hyundai CE Europe launches HX300AL crawler excavator

Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe (HCEE) continues the roll-out of the A-series with the HX300AL, a 30-tonne Stage V-compliant crawler excavator. This new machine is the ideal workmate for infrastructure works and general construction.

HYUNDAI 85A SMART

Hyundai Construction Equipment (HCE) India has recently launched 85A SMART hydraulic excavator.

Hyundai CE India appoints new VP

Hyundai Construction Equipment India announced appointment of Rajiv Chaturvedi as Vice President Sales, Marketing, After-Service and Parts. His scope extends to India, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.

Rajiv Chaturvedi joins Hyundai CE India as VP

Hyundai Construction Equipment India announced appointment of Rajiv Chaturvedi as Vice President Sales, Marketing, After-Service and Parts. His scope extends to India, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.

Hyundai 130 Smart

The 130 SMART hydraulic excavator is an upgrade from Hyundai Construction Equipment India that comes with improved fuel efficiency and enhanced operator comfort.

Hyundai launches new excavators

Hyundai Construction Equipment (HCE) India has launched five new excavators and forklift at Excon 2019.

We have the widest range of oils to meet all requirements

GS Caltex India is a 100 per cent subsidiary of GS Caltex, which is a 50:50 joint venture between GS Energy of South Korea and Chevron Corp of USA.

Hyundai Construction Equipment strengthens dealer network in India

Hyundai Construction Equipment India, a top player in the Indian construction equipment sector, has further strengthened its sales and service network by appointing new dealers in the states of Manipur, Karnataka and Rajasthan.

Bigger Digger

Optimum utilisation of excavators is of utmost importance for the economic operation of the machine. All hydraulic excavator OEMs have introduced matching technologies for the optimum performance of their machines.

Transforming Skill Landscape

Shortage of skilled operators has been a major challenge faced by the infrastructure and construction industry for the past many years.

Hyundai introduces autonomous forklifts

Hyundai Construction Equipment (HCE) has developed driverless autonomous forklift trucks. The company recently unveiled and demonstrated the new autonomous forklift as well as the related technologies.

Managing risk in a highly competitive industry

With a strong but volatile outlook for the mining sector, the industry is focused on future growth through expanded production, without losing sight of operational efficiency and cost optimisation.

GS Caltex's offerings for Infrastructure Sector

Nearly every business in construction sector is under increasing pressureto lower operating costs and increase efficiency. This often means doing more with fewer people and using equipment for longer duration.

GS Caltex's offerings for Infrastructure Sector

Nearly every business in construction sector is under increasing pressure to lower operating costs and increase efficiency. This often means doing more with fewer people and using equipment for longer duration.

We are showcasing our remote management system hi mate

The construction equipment (CE) industry is passing through an exciting phase as excavator industry has grown by more than 45 per cent in 2016 over 2015. The growth till September 2017 is estimated to be around 20 per cent over 2016.

Hyundai CE Americas new compact-radius excavator

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas introduced the Hyundai HX130LCR, the third compact-radius excavator model in the company's HX series product line.

New leadership at Hyundai Construction Equipment India

Hyundai Construction Equipment India Pvt Ltd announced Eun Soo Lee as the new Managing Director for India operations with immediate effect. He succeeds JY Kim who will be taking over as the Global Head ? Direct Sales & Service and would be operating from the head office at Seoul, South Korea.

Excavators Excel

Driven by the infrastructure development activities in the country, hydraulic excavators recorded a sharp growth in 2016 compared to the previous year. The positive trend is continuing this year also with a 26 per cent growth in the first four months.

Hyundai Heavy Industries to spin off CE division

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co has separated its Construction Equipment (CE) division into a new company, Hyundai Construction Equipment Co., Ltd. According to the company, the spin-off is based on a restructuring plan which was started last year. For the CE division this spin-off offers great possibilities and an improved agility.

Hyundai sells 2,600 excavators in India in 2016

Hyundai Construction Equipment India sold about 2,600 units of excavators in India in 2016, recording a growth of 45 per cent over 2015. According to the company, its strengthened dealer networks, enhanced client support services, expanded localised products and improved product quality along with India?s economic growth over the past years enables it to achieve the sales growth.

Hyundai sells 2,600 excavators in India in 2016

Hyundai Construction Equipment India sold about 2,600 units of excavators in India in 2016, recording a growth of 45 per cent over 2015. According to the company, its strengthened dealer networks, enhanced client support services, expanded localised products and improved product quality along with India?s economic growth over the past years enabled it to achieve the sales growth.

On Cloud 7, Moving to 9!

The Indian construction industry is excited to witness the on-ground acceleration action in projects for most infra sectors. Probably the only sector which is waiting in the wings is realty, where there are still no signs of any major revival.

ZF transmissions are tailor-made for different applications

ZF has recently strengthened its business development footprint for the Indian market through establishing a local engineering resource. Suresh KV, President for ZF in India elaborates on the company?s solutions to the CE industry.

Hyundai launches new excavator

Hyundai Construction Equipment India showcased its latest R390LC-9 excavator for the mining segment at the 12th International Mining and Machinery Exhibition 2014 which held in Kolkata in December 2014.

Hyundai unveils new wheel loader

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc has introduced the ?tool master? version of HL740TM-9A wheel loader that offers parallel lift. This feature along with a fork attachment makes this machine practical for safe and easy loading and unloading of large and odd-shaped materials such as piping or transporting palletised materials like brick or concrete.

Hyundai salt excavator

Hyundai Construction Equipment India announced the launch of the country's first excavator specially designed for salt application, R80-7 Salt, in Bhavnagar, Gujarat. According to Dheeraj Panda, General Manager, Sales and Marketing, the market for salt excavators in India is in an evolving stage.

Hyundai launches new wheel loader

Hyundai Construction Equipment has introduced a new wheel loader in the 15-tonne class. The Hyundai HL757-9A wheel loader is designed for demanding and diverse loading applications in civil engineering as well as for general industry with a range of attachments.

On a recovery mode

The construction equipment industry is experiencing a slump due to the slowdown in the mining industry as well as delays in infrastructure projects and governmental clearances, shortage of funds, environmental concerns. EQUIPMENT INDIA interacts with some of the major players to get the pulse of the industry.

With our robust and advanced technology, we offer an optimised output

Hyundai machines are equipped with advanced mechatronics (via CAPO system) which increases productivity while reducing fuel consumption, says Dheeraj Panda, General Manager - Sales & Marketing, Hyundai Construction Equipment India.

Hyundai's new excavators

Hyundai Construction Equipment has launched two new production-class crawler excavators, the R480LC-9A and R520LC-9A, featuring 108,420-pound and 114,820-pound operating weights, respectively.

Hyundai for expansion

Hyundai Construction Equipment India is planning to set up more manufacturing lines to widen its range of construction industry equipment in the country.

Hyundai to produce high capacity excavators for India

Hyundai Construction Equipment India (HCEI) is planning to produce higher capacity excavators in the country apart from introducing loaders to enhance its presence here.

Hyundai mid-size excavator

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas has added its newest crawler excavator, the R260LC-9A. The earthmover provides operators with enhanced features and benefits.

Hyundai eyes expansion with more equipment

Excavators manufacturing company Hyundai Construction Equipment India is considering manufacture of a wider range of construction industry equipment in the country by setting up additional lines. Currently, the company manufactures excavators from its Rs 400-crore Chakan plant in Maharashtra. It has the capability to make 5,000 excavators a year from the plant after investing Rs 55 crore last year.

Earthmovers on buoyant swell

Earthmoving equipment currently constitutes nearly 73 per cent of total construction equipment sales, and happily, this structure of sales is expected to continue. The cumulative sales of backhoe loaders, crawler excavators and wheeled loaders have been growing at a CAGR of over 20 per cent for the last ten years.

We have one of the best productivity and fuel consumption figures in the industry

In the global excavator markets today, Hyundai is positioned at Number 5. There are about 11 developing countries and emerging markets where Hyundai holds the largest market share, like Russia, Brazil and some African nations, where Hyundai controls a market share of 44 per cent, says Dheeraj Panda, Head - Marketing & KAM, Hyundai Construction Equipment India

Hyundai to expand product range

Aiming at the second largest excavator business in the country in less than four years, Hyundai Construction Equipment India is set to expand its product portfolio. The company invested Rs 400 crore in the Indian manufacturing facility and has managed to localise 45-50 per cent of its components in the 8-34 tonne capacity. The larger excavators ranging 50-80 tonne are sourced from other manufacturing facilities and sold in India.

Hyundai to hold back expansion plans

Hyundai Construction Equipment India (HCEI) is holding back on its expansion plans for the current fiscal (January to December), considering the grim market demand.

Raising the bar

As the Managing Director at Hyundai Construction Equipment India Pvt Ltd (HCEIL), Ki Young Kong is responsible for HCEIL?s operations.

Hyundai's new wheel loader

Hyundai Construction Equipment India (HCEIPL) announced the launch of its new generation wheel loader - the SL730 and SL760. The product was unveiled by Ki Young Kong, Managing Director, HCEIPL,

Is the growth story sustainable?

It is crystal clear, to reach world-class levels, infrastructure needs a tremendous boost for the next several years; this will augur well for the CE sector where most of the major players continue to upgrade capacity and widen product lines.

Hyundai to expand

Hyundai Construction Equipment India, the subsidiary of South Korean group Hyundai, is expanding production capacity from the current level of 2,500 units to 3,500 units per year.

We optimise fuel efficiency and productivity of our equipment

We have invested Rs 300 crore and are in the process of scaling up the capacity to 3,500 units per year. Once it is complete, we will also be widening the product lines, says Prabhat Kumar Tiwari, Head ? Sales and Marketing, Hyundai Construction Equipment India

A World-class Excavator for India

Hyundai launches its heavy-duty excavator RC 340L in India. Hyundai Construction Equipment India (CEIPL), a subsidiary of Hyundai Heavy Industries, Korea, launched its R340LC-7 heavy-duty excavator at Excon 2011.

Raising the Benchmark of Quality

With over 220,000 sq m of display area and participation of over 630 exhibitors, including 200 foreign companies, Excon 2011 exceeded expectations as the largest exhibition on construction equipment in South Asia.