Larsen & Toubro, Komatsu India, and Scania India have created a display at Excon 2021 to demonstrate their technological strengths and service capabilities, as well as to reaffirm their strong commitment to sustainability.
The L&T Pavilion at CII Excon was inaugurated by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and General VK Singh, Minister of State for Road Transport, Highways, and Civil Aviation, Government of India.
On the occasion, four new environmentally friendly, B20-biodiesel ready hydraulic excavators were introduced: the Komatsu PC205-10MO hydraulic excavator, the Komatsu PC500LC-10R hydraulic excavator, the Komatsu PC210LC-10M0 super long front, and the Komatsu GD535-6 motor grader.
Komatsu, Scania, and L&T are all focused on sustainable technology. All of these machines were created to run on B20 biodiesel. When these machines run on alternative energy, they produce the same amount of power and productivity while saving fossil fuel and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
These new models feature Komatsu’s cutting-edge technology and were designed specifically for use in India’s harsh conditions. Buyers have been enthralled by the new high-performance Hydraulic Excavators, which have been praised for introducing highly productive machines.
Komatsu, Scania, and L&T are exhibiting 18 machines and eight special attachments at the show.
Genuine Movax, Rammer, Kemroc, Komatsu, and L&T spares, lubes, sand plants, aggregate crushing plants, and special attachments were also on display. A new range of CEV-IV emission compliant road machinery manufactured by L&T has also been added to the display as part of the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Initiative.
Komatsu machines are digitalized and come with KOMTRAX tracking systems, which allow users to keep track of equipment health and efficiency. Customers can experience the depth of Komtrax reports and understand their benefits in an audio-visual room at the stall.
Y Fujii, MD, KIPL; Johan Schlyter, MD, Scania CV India; and Arvind K Garg, executive VP & head, construction & mining machinery, L&T, have led the participation at the Excon show.
The CII’s “Women Building India- Special Initiative” award went to L&T’s Construction & Mining Machinery division.