Doosan Infracore Showcases New Products in Manalapan

Wed May 31, 2006 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Doosan Infracore made its third stop on a nationwide tour in Manalapan, NJ, May 10, to launch its new DX Series of excavators and DL Series of wheel loaders.

The event began with a slide presentation at the Ramada Inn in East Windsor, NJ, by Chad Ellis, training and product manager, assisted by Brian Sheely, Southeast Regional sales manager of Doosan.

Following lunch at Staybridge Suites in Cranbury, NJ, the invited dealers and contractors met at the dig site in Manalapan, hosted by Hoffman Equipment of Piscataway, NJ.

The location, undergoing development for a future office park by Total Site Work of NJ Inc. of Farmingdale, NJ, was the perfect place to see the new machines in action.

“Our dealers got a lot of value from this launch event and will be able to share information about the new wheel loaders and excavators with their customers,” said Meghann McKinley, marketing manager of Doosan Infracore.

On the wheel loaders, Doosan improved the durability of the front and increased the pin size. The machines boast a power plant that delivers optimal horsepower and torque, while still meeting the new environmental standards. The machines come with a bucket capacity of either 3.9 or 5.1 cu. yds.

The DX Series of excavators boasts an increased durability of the weldments and wear items, reducing maintenance costs.

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