Improvising on customer’s accessibility to genuine spare parts and services is the most important aspect which Escorts looks into. Speaking at Escorts launch of a new range of construction equipment at Bauma CONEXPO 2018, Ajay Mandahr, CEO – Escorts Construction Equipment said that the company is trying to achieve 800 touch points having authorised service centres across the country by the end of this fiscal year.
The company has recently launched next generation Hydra Pick-n-Carry Crane having better safety features. The company also unveils new compactor in 11-ton class and a mini compactor in 3-ton class. Escorts wants to increase its product offerings through different partnerships with Tadano, Doosan, and Comansa.
The newly launched products include New Compactor EC 5511 in 11-ton class, New Mini Compactor EC 3664 in 3-ton class and Next Generation Hydra Pick and Carry Crane ( PNC) Crane Hydra NXT 13. In addition, Escorts also exhibited some equipments that included Tadano – Escorts rough terrain crane CTI – 500 XL and Doosan excavator DX-225 LCB and Rock Breaker alongside the recently launched Hydra 13 Top Jack and TRX 15 SuperLift.
EC 5511 is the new addition to the wide range of Escorts Compactors. These compactors are designed to give performance with great operational efficiency. At the expo Escorts displayed the future of Hydra, Hydra NXT which combines the convenience of Hydra and safety of TRX range which is the most awaited machine of the year.