CHAKAN: Hyundai Construction Equipment Today launched the upgraded series of excavators under the series name SMART PLUS and new Global color to strengthen the brand positioning in India and the Export market.
A total of 11 excavator models were launched, ranging from 8-ton to 50-ton class focused to cater to the Construction, Mining, Irrigation, and Infrastructure sector. Special attachments like rock breaker, clamshell bucket, quick coupler were displayed during the event which is attended by authorized dealers, customers, and key financing partners at the factory premises of the company.
The COVID Protocol and guidelines of the local and Central Government were followed during the event which was organized in an open space within the factory premises.
Mr. PARK JIN SEOG, Managing Director, Hyundai CE India did the unveiling of the SMART PLUS series and the new color scheme for Hyundai Excavators. He said, “Hyundai Smart Plus series demonstrates Hyundai India’s commitment to serving India market with innovative solutions. The products are developed to Maximize Fuel Efficiency, Higher Productivity, structure Durability, and enhanced Operator convenience. The new color scheme gives a more robust look to Hyundai Excavators and is aligned with the Global color scheme”
Event Highlight: Spectacular display of Global Colour Smart series excavators. Machine walk around activity to explain the latest features and benefits by expert team manning each machine. This was followed by Key handing over ceremony to Key Customers followed by Machine Flag off with pomp and show!
Mr. Rajiv Chaturvedi, Vice President- Sales, Marketing, After-Service, and Parts, said “Combining Superior Quality Product with a strong network of dealerships will make Hyundai a preferred choice to the customers of Construction, Infrastructure & Mining Sector”.
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