Komatsu's iMC technology leads to significantly increased productivity in many applications over comparable size machines without iMC and machines with traditional GPS controls.
In addition to the iMC machines, customers could operate a Komatsu HM300-5 articulated haul truck and WA480-8 wheel loader, a Morooka MST1500VDR rubber track carrier, and an AMS GT104 track screen.
Road Machinery & Supplies Co. is a distributor of construction and mining equipment with sales and support operations throughout the Upper Midwest. It is a multiline dealer and backs up its preferred brands with a commitment to employee training and service excellence.
Machines available for operation included the Komatsu PC120LCi-11, PC490LCi-11 and HM300-5.
(L-R): Jeff Bistodeau, Road Machinery & Supplies Co.; Scott Rouse, Ulland Brothers Inc.; and Brad Jahnke, Ulland Brothers Inc.
Customers line up to operate the intelligent excavators.
Phil Major of Road Machinery & Supplies Co. shows customers the Komatsu D51PXi-24 dozer.
The Komatsu PC210LCi-11 and PC490LCi-11 and the Morooka MST1500VDR were among the machines available for operation.
Brandon Rakers, Komatsu America product specialist, answers
questions while customers
operate the intelligent
(L-R): Chris Peterson of C.J. Moyna with Brad Jahnke and Scott Rouse, both of Ulland Brothers, and their RMS territory manager, Jeff Bistodeau. “This is a great event — lots of equipment you can get in and test, see how it performs. We’ll be back again,” said Peterson.
Randy Stenger (L), founder and CEO of Extreme Sandbox, speaks with Komatsu district manager Justin Sailer.