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Versatility, efficiency and strength are particularly important in my own business – I get all that with HUDDIG 1370 CITY

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KW Maskin in Njurunda recently bought a HUDDIG 1370 CITY. The leap was made from a HUDDIG 1260C, and Kenneth Westin, owner and founder of the company, finds the excavator unit much stronger and longer on the new model than in the preceding models.

“Versatility, efficiency, and strength are particularly important in my business - I get all that with a HUDDIG. The excavator unit reaches further and is stronger on 1370, so I move even less now. It's all about occupancy and quality of work, which I get with a HUDDIG," says Kennet.

Kenneth Westin started his business in 2007. The company currently has four construction machines and two drivers, of which Kenneth is one.

"I drive myself because I like it too much here where I sit. I wouldn't want to work only in the office; I belong in the driver's cab.

The work assignments are varied, mainly in service work and road maintenance for clients such as NCC and the municipality in Västernorrland, Sweden, where KW Maskin is based.

"During the summer, we mostly do adjustments for asphalt, work on larger building projects, and mixed service jobs that are needed," Kenneth continues.

His interest in machinery has been with him since childhood. He wanted to run his own company after some time as an employed machine operator.

"I've been driving machines since I was born. My working life has revolved around machines, and I have also laid a lot of asphalt in my days. Since I worked very independently as an employee, I felt after a while that I might as well be my own boss - so I started in 2007."

Good service and personal contact with dealers and service providers are other factors that make him satisfied with the choice of HUDDIG.

"Many thanks to Staffare AB in Timrå, Mårten, and his team. I always get excellent and fast service. I need to feel confident in the choice of machine in the long term and trust that my machine is constantly operating," Kenneth concludes.


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