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Komatsu company logoThe Japanese firm KOMATSU is one of the world's largest manufacturers of industrial vehicles, including dump trucks, loaders and excavators. The firm also manufactures metal-working machinery for use in factory engineering processes. It is a major point of interest when purchasing an second hand KOMATSU industrial machine. KOMATSU is a stand-out amongst the most renowned firms in the realm of construction, even an used tractor for instance is a decent arrangement. A used KOMATSU have  awesome assembling capacities grantee the most solid and sturdy machine.


Industrial vehicle manufacturers since 1917

KOMATSU Limited is a Japanese company which manufactures equipment for use in the construction and materials handling sectors. In 1917, the firm Takeuchi Mining Industry decided to create a subsidiary called KOMATSU in order to supply high quality iron-working machinery for use at its own production sites. However, during the 1920s, it became apparent that demand was high for metal-working machinery, and KOMATSU JAPAN began selling its own pressing equipment across Japan. Tractor manufacturing followed in the 1930s and then hydraulic presses in 1941. By 1947, KOMATSU Ltd. had added its popular range of bulldozers to its range, and started to produce diesel engines in 1948. This set the stage for further additions to the firm's range, producing motor graders from 1952 and forklift trucks from 1953.

KOMATSU skidsteer loader
KOMATSU SK714-5 skidsteer loader
KOMATSU PC200 excavator
KOMATSU PC200 excavator
KOMATSU WB 93R backhoe loader
KOMATSU WB 93R backhoe loader

Supplying vehicles and metal working machinery to clients worldwide

During the 1960s, the KOMATSU America company began to sell its high quality diesel engines overseas, signing agreements with American firms and beginning sales in India in 1964. By 1975, the firm's Indian operation was producing bulldozers for use in the construction sector, while the KOMATSU Group as a whole was thriving. The 1980s saw new innovations every year such as the firm's super-large combination pressing line in 1980 and the introduction of laser machines in 1984. The company also continued to expand, opening subsidiaries in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Belgium as word spread about its industrial vehicles and pressing machinery. This process of technological innovation and global expansion continued into the 1990s, with new plants in nations like Vietnam and new products for clients to buy such as wheeled excavators and compact diesel engines for industrial use, as well as some of the world's largest wheel loader vehicles. The 2000s saw a similar pace of growth, as KOMATSU began to focus on reducing carbon emissions and the distribution of forestry equipment. By 2010, the firm had cemented its position as a world-leader in supplying vehicles to the extractive industries, construction and forestry, as well as machinery for the metal-working sector.

The KOMATSU product portfolio

The range of products manufactured by KOMATSU includes:

KOMATSU GD 655 grader
KOMATSU GD 655 grader
  • Articulated dump trucks
  • Loaders (wheel, backhoe and skid-steer)
  • Excavators (short tail swing, wheeled, mini, midi, hybrid and hydraulic)
  • Bulldozers
  • Graders
  • Mining dump trucks
  • Forestry machinery
  • Presses (large, medium and small)
  • Plasma cutting machinery
  • Milling equipment (crankshaft and camshaft)
  • Excimer lasers
  • Temperature control equipment
  • Forklifts

The range of products manufactured by KOMATSU is used in a wide range of industries. Their vehicles may be used by mining firms, timber companies and construction firms. Their presses are intended for use in manufacturing settings such as automobile manufacturing.