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Maxpo is the largest exhibition of land construction and environmental maintenance machines in Finland, with around 15 000 visitors. Now you can check out the brand new HUDDIG 1370 CITY at the exhibition, as well as a HUDDIG 1260E.
LPR, Last och Planering, operates in the Mälardalen region in Sweden and carries out all types of rail- and service work. The company currently has 14 HUDDIG machines in models ranging from C to E. The new HUDDIG TIGON machine is a long-awaited addition to the machine park.
Vancer has improved railroad standards and provided services in the railroad segment in the US for 25 years. The company provides a wide variety of spare parts and services, performs engineering, and builds solutions for railroad maintenance. During the last decade, Vancer has grown from 6 to 75 people.
A whole new generation of machines sees the light of day, as Huddig launches not only one but two machines. HUDDIG 1370 is diesel-powered, with the option of running on HVO, while HUDDIG 1370T is a full-hybrid based on the same platform.
The retailer VöXss offers both brand new and used HUDDIG machines with all associated tools and accessories. An authorized workshop performs service and details to take advantage of a HUDDIG machine's high resale value. The motto is that the machines are 100% when they leave VöXss to the next customer.
Calle has run Lindbergets Bruksmaskiner AB since 2017 and currently has four employees. The company's primary focus is line-work, where they, among other things, perform the replacement of line poles and service jobs.
Dennis Nilsson works as a machine operator at Hälsingeschakt and has test-driven HUDDIG TIGON. We have asked him what he thinks of the machine and its performance.
The first TIGON machine has been in the field for almost four months. We have talked to the owner Jonas Löfskog at Jonas Excav to hear what he thinks of the machine so far.