Hitachi Construction Machinery Co. produces world class products for the mining and construction industry. Today's product offerings include hydraulic excavators, shovels and rigid haul trucks for the mining industry. In a move designed to streamline decision-making and improve customer support, Deere & Company and Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. have integrated their marketing operations in North, Central, and South America. Integration of marketing and support functions will strengthen both the Deere and Hitachi brands. In the integrated organization, the companies will use common parts distribution, information systems, and training and support programs, enabling Deere and Hitachi to provide more value to customers.
John Deere (NYSE: DE) is a world leader in providing advanced products and services for agriculture, forestry, construction, lawn and turf care, landscaping and irrigation. John Deere also provides financial services worldwide and manufactures and markets...
The Hitachi ZX35U-5, ZX50U-5 and ZX60USB-5 compact excavators use the same major components as the Dash-3 models, allowing operators to use their current front-structure attachments.
Yanmar Tier 4 Final/EU Stage IV engine
Improved access to...
The SkyAngle Advanced Peripheral Vision Support System, developed with Clarion Co. Ltd., takes synthesized images from several wide-angle cameras mounted on the truck and displays them in the cab.
Enables switch to a “zoom display” or “wide...
Attendees at MINExpo will get a look at AC-drive technology advancements in Hitachi's rigid-frame haulers, including the next-generation IGBT propulsion technology.
Designed to enhance machine operations in mining applications
The ZX160LC-5, ZX210-5 and ZX210LC-5 excavators feature 121- to 159-hp Isuzu EPA IT4/Stage IIIB-compliant engines with auto shutdown.
Feature productive hydraulics and smooth multifunction operation
High Productivity (HP), Power (P) and Economy...
The sprawling conglomerate, whose products range from excavators to thermal power plants, posted an operating profit of 63.6 billion yen ($808.85 million) in the April-to-June quarter, up from 52.4 billion yen a year earlier.
Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., the world’s biggest maker of giant excavators, expects its global sales of mining equipment to reach a record this year as customers press ahead with projects in resource-rich countries.
Automaker Nissan Motor Co. and Hitachi Construction Machinery Co. are planning to place their respective forklift manufacturing organizations into a new venture in which both companies will be minority stakeholders. The new company, to be called...
Japan's Hitachi Ltd forecast a 16-percent fall in net
profit to 200 billion yen ($2.5 billion) for the year
ending March 2012, as it eyes robust sales of
electronics and construction equipment in emerging