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Hyundai Intros New Products, Partnerships, Safety Edge at World of Concrete

Fri January 26, 2018 - National Edition
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The Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas booth at World of Concrete showcased new products, new partnerships and what the company calls “the Hyundai Safety Edge.”
The Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas booth at World of Concrete showcased new products, new partnerships and what the company calls “the Hyundai Safety Edge.”

The Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas booth at World of Concrete showcased new products, new partnerships and what the company calls "the Hyundai Safety Edge."

Visitors to the exhibit (booth C7213) saw the Hyundai-exclusive all-around view monitoring system featured for the first time on one of its HL900 series wheel loaders, as well as a newly redesigned Hyundai quick coupler for its Z-bar wheel loaders.

They saw evidence of Hyundai's expanding cooperation with trusted suppliers of attachments and parts. A Hyundai HL980 wheel loader was displayed at the booth with an AMI 6.5 cu. yd. (5 cu m) heavy-duty, spade-nosed rock bucket. This display represented a recent agreement to offer AMI OEM-warranted parts through Hyundai dealerships.

Also on display was the Hyundai R60CR-9A compact-radius excavator, fitted with an Antraquip hydraulic rock/concrete cutter.

"Hyundai is on the move," said Stan Park, VP of distribution/marketing of Hyundai. "Our presence at World of Concrete, including these new products and partnerships, reinforces the growth we've experienced in North America and the expanded offerings we are making available to our customers. Contractors will also appreciate the emphasis we've placed on safety, evidenced by the addition of AAVM to our wheel loader line.

For more information, visit www.hceamericas.com.




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