XCMG XG70 Wide-body Dumper Won Order Worth 30 Million Yuan in Inner Mongolia
As a mining area located in the north of China, Inner Mongolia has been an important market for XCMG off-road dumpers. Days ago, XCMG obtained another order of XG70 wide-body dumpers worth more than 30 million Yuan. More and more XCMG engineering trucks are puting in use here in inner Mongolia.
XG70 is a proven product manufactured for years and offering high quality and value for money. Equipped with Weichai engine and Fast transmission, XG70 dumper has a payload capacity of 40 tonnes. The new dumper can significantly improve the vehicle’s load carrying capacity, chassis reliability and pass-ability. With excellent vehicle performance, XCMG off-road dumpers have passed high performance test at national military test fields and the Germany Rhine company (TUV) certification, won the third prize of China Machinery industry Science and Technology Award, Excellent New Patent Product Award of Jiangsu Province Equipment Manufacturing Industry and Famous Brand Award of Jiangsu province.
XCMG has been working hand in hand with partners from machinery construction industry and CV industry to develop China’s first minning trucks. At the BAUMA China 2016, XCMG launched the world’s first All-Terrian dumper with hydro-pneumatic suspension and China’s first unmaned engineering dumpers in 2018 to make full use of the internet, robots, AI and other new technical means to realize intelligent mining.
In order to effectively guarantee the operation of the vehicle, XCMG also provide an all-life cycle service to make a timely response to customers. The customers can contact the nearest service station for spare parts when their vehicle broken down.
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