JCB India launched its all-new ecoXpert Backhoe Loader and introduced the NXT series and the Quarry Master range of Excavators. The construction equipment company also launched its new range of side engined Telehandlers at Excon’19.
Case Construction Equipment, a construction equipment company from CNH Industrial, has launched its Crawler Excavator CX220C at the exhibition. The entry into the segment will increase the company’s share in the construction equipment business from 40% to 70%.
CASE CX220C comes with a FPT Industrial engine to ensure productivity, efficiency and low fuel consumption, the company claimed. Crawler Excavator CX220C will be available in the Indian market from April next year.
German conglomerate Thyssenkrupp also launched two new products -- a cone crusher and a Vertical Shaft Impactor (VSI).
Vivek Bhatia, Managing Director and CEO, Thyssenkrupp said, “The newly launched cone crusher allows you to go from stage-3 crushing to stage-2 crushing. From a capacity point of view, you have a lot of flexibility in how you run it.”
Scania Commercial Vehicles India Pvt Ltd showcased its recently launched NTG Heavy Tipper, parts and service solutions along with with BS-IV CEV ready industrial engines, while Elgi Equipments launched its ‘future-ready, energy-efficient range of electric and diesel portable air compressors’ at the event.
Atlas Copco, air compressor manufacturer, also launched four compressors -- XRH 1100 PLUS, XAWS 550 PACE, XAV216 PLUS and XA187 PLUS. The company also launched HiLight LED light towers that can illuminate an area of approximately 4,000-5,000 sqm.
Nitin Jairam Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport & Highways, and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India inaugurated the event, which is attended by 1,250 exhibitors including 390 from overseas.