Learn how Lockwood Construction streamlines operations with its HUDDIG machine, as well as other comments from our HUDDIG RAIL customers.
Mikael Eriksson, one of the founders and owners of RailCom AS has worked in the construction industry for over 30 years and RailCom is his fifth company. During his career, he has so far purchased 25-30 HUDDIG machines at various companies.
A trip to Sweden in 2017 planted the seed of buying a HUDDIG machine. Shortly thereafter, Robert's dream became true, and today he owns a HUDDIG 1260C that runs constantly.
Christoffer Sjölund runs Räls & Markservice in Örnsköldsvik and recently received his second HUDDIG 1260C RAIL. The biggest advantage for him is the reliability and flexibility of the machines. “The difference with a HUDDIG compared to other machines is that you can do all kinds of jobs with it and especially on the railroad where it really is unbeatable."
– When driving a HUDDIG, the sensation is that it is very smooth and stable to operate.
–The HUDDIG is challenging, you have to know how to use it in order to maximize your efficiency and make full use of the machine, which is a constant learning process.
Getting into a HUDDIG in the morning is like putting on your work clothes. The machine feels like an extension of my mind and the driving sensation is incredible.
We have met Bill Truax, a HUDDIG operator with BNSF Railway in Sheridan Wyoming, USA, for a talk about his job and his relation to HUDDIG.