XCMG delivers US$14.4 million of mining equipment

XCMG mining truck XCMG has delivered its first batch of large-scale complete mining equipment

China-based XCMG has delivered its first batch of large-scale complete mining equipment, worth more than US$14.4 million, including its 90-ton to125-ton mining excavators and 80-ton to 90-ton mining cars to several global markets.

These markets predominantly in countries in Southeast and Central Asia, and Africa – markets that are traditionally strong for Chinese OEMs.

XCMG’s 125-ton mining excavators have a standard 7.7m³ bucket, meaning that they can fill a 100-ton mining car with only five or six buckets.

Independently developed by the OEM, its control system are said to be able to achieve the optimal output of main pump and engine power according to the operation requirements, to reach the best fuel consumption ratio and reduce the production cost.

Post-pandemic, the global mining equipment industry is recovering well. To take advantage of this recovery, XCMG says that it offers a one-to-one on-site service to the global mine managers, including a 24-hour follow-up service after purchase and full-cycle maintenance and management assistance of the service equipment.

“XCMG’s, high-end, large-tonnage mining machinery products have brought new business opportunities in the beginning of 2023. We hope to propel the green transformation of the entire industry through sustainable development solutions, and lead the way in equipment technology and operation management,” said Cui Jisheng, Assistant President of XCMG and General Manager of XCMG Mining Machinery.

The OEM added that it has plans to send five mining machinery service teams to provide more mine managers with complete, professional and systematic services, initially in the Chinese market, and then internationally.

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