Motor City delivers 1st Hyundai wheel loader
Manama, June 22, 2011
Motor City, the sole distributor of Hyundai Heavy Industries in Bahrain, recently delivered the first Hyundai wheel loader to Red X Industries, a leader in civil construction projects.
The HL 770-7A wheel loader is globally used as a versatile equipment in construction and mining industries. This tough, robust and durable machine is perfectly suited for use in applications where it has to withstand daily impacts and nudges, a statement said.
It is ergonomically designed to provide free operation and easy driving on variable ground conditions, the statement added.
Red X Industries has state of the art manufacturing infrastructure capable of executing large and mission critical assignments with a highly professional work force. It manufacturers Readymix concrete, Concrete blocks, precast products, and Interlock paving crusher products etc.
“We are pleased with the level of quality and performance of the Hyundai products, which meets our market demand for such equipment. Also, the commitment of the sales and after-sales services offered by Motor City has exceeded our expectations,” said Martin Pawson, Red X production manager.
The range of products from Hyundai Heavy Industries includes wheel loaders, hydraulic excavators, skid steer loader, forklifts, etc. – TradeArabia News Service
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