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The event is highly anticipated, and about 100-130 competitors have signed up for the competition, where the age range is from 12 years to up to the year you turn 18. Huddig has been a small part, among many others, in preparing the track. Take the opportunity to visit the event at the HMCK track this weekend and watch all the talented drivers!
Last weekend, Huddig contributed with a machine to a project at Hudiksvalls Rid- och ponnyklubb (HRPK). The machine was used to dig trenches and dig for the upcoming underground electrical to the paddocks to keep the water barrels warm during the winter and prevent the water from freezing. Several parents were also involved in the work, as well as representatives from the riding club.
After 17 years as a welder at Huddig, of which the last four years as quality manager for the welding department, Fredrik Enberg now enters a new role as Spare Parts Seller.
In collaboration with other construction machines like crane trucks and mobile cranes, Peter Elvingdal stays busy erecting tents with his HUDDIG 1260E. The summer months are filled with festivals, events, and more, where Peter ensures that various types of tents are set up.
“I love being a HUDDIG driver because of the machine's versatility, the joy of driving and the variety of work.”
Patrick Feltenmark was born and raised in Hoting, Sweden. At 17, he started as a railway worker and stayed in the industry. Twenty-six years later, he works as a HUDDIG driver for Willmans Försäljning AB in Luleå, something he says is largely thanks to Marcus Naessen at MNE Entreprenad and a hamburger.
Meet Jocke Kristoffersson from Vemdalsgrävaren. The mountain world's terrain and heavy jobs like lift renovation puts his HUDDIG 1370 to the test. Thanks to smart equipment and a specially designed hydraulic lock for the crane in loader, he meets the challenge of safe lift work and heavy lifting on steep ski slopes.
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 backhoe unit much stronger and longer on the new model than in the preceding models.
In the clip, you see Lockwood Constructions' HUDDIG 1370 CITY rolling out from the factory in Hudiksvall, Sweden, on its way to Tacoma, US. Robert Lockwood, owner, and funder of the company, looks forward to receiving the new machine.