XCMG Presents Its New Energy Products at Fiedays in New Zealand
Fieldays 2022, New Zealand's largest agricultural event, opened in Hamilton, the third largest city on New Zealand's North Island on November 30. The year’s event has attracted more than 4,000 exhibitors and over 100,000 visitors.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand inspected the exhibition and spoke highly of XCMG's new energy products, saying that XCMG had made outstanding contributions to local economic development.
XCMG displayed about ten pieces of equipment at the show, including excavators, loaders and vehicles. In particular, XCMG's all electric mining dump truck E700 and electric loader XC968-EV received a lot of attention at the exhibition.
The customised XCMG E700 chassis milk tanker attracted many customers from the dairy industry to take photos with it.
XCMG's all-electric loader XC968-EV, a zero-emissions product, was also a big hit at the exhibition thanks to its high power, high electric capacity, fast charging and high reliability.
Over the years, XCMG's new energy products such as the XCMG Electric Van E300 and the purely electric mining dump truck E700 have been widely applied to the mining transportation, logistics services and cleaning sector in New Zealand.
XCMG's new energy products are well received by local customers due to their pollution-free and efficient features. The E700, for example, uses only 8% of its battery capacity per day to transport 600 tonnes, which costs much less than a diesel truck under the same operating conditions.
New Zealand is just one of the global markets where XCMG's new energy products are gaining growing popularity. In August this year, the latest all-electric mining truck XDR80TE was delivered to global mining giant Vale for use in Brazil and Indonesia, and in October, XCMG's new energy products were presented at the Bauma in Munich, Germany.
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