With these new launches Sany India is all set to enhance its presence further in the Indian market.
Sany Heavy Industries launched a slew of products during Excon 2013 which includes the excavator SY 210 C-9, hydraulic rotary drilling rig SR280RII, hybrid truck crane:-HTC-750, mining truck. In the port machinery segment, Sany launched reach stackers SRSC45H, empty container handlers SDCY90K8H, yard crane RMG5501 and port tyre crane SQLY25/SQLS2504.
With a mission to contribute to the emerging Indian construction industry through its ultramodern and global quality product range, Sany India is all set to enhance its presence in the Indian market. The products launched at EXCON 2013 will have features like unparalleled fuel efficiency, low maintenance cost, operator comfort and safety, ergonomic design, reliability and stability to name a few.
Tang Xiuguo, President, Sany Group said,´Excon is a great platform to launch our world class technically advanced products and meet our customers´ demand as well as country´s infrastructure development plan. We are pleased to add these new products to our portfolio and further demonstrate our commitment to the Indian market through this impressive record of machine design, development and production. Each year, Sany Group re-invests 5-7 per cent of its sales revenue into R&D, making it possible to expand its product lines to concrete, road, port, hoisting, pile driving, excavating machineries and wind energy products. We are looking forward to a great response from our current and prospective customers and visitors.´
Alex Wu, Managing Director, Sany India, said, ´Excon is one of the largest trade fairs where we see participation from countries across the globe. It is a great platform for us to network with our industry peers, exchange notes on latest trends in the Indian manufacturing industry vis-a-vis the global scenario and showcase our capabilities to a large audience. With these products coming to the Indian market, Sany India is taking a step further to play a larger role in the burgeoning Indian manufacturing and construction sector.´