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"The strength at the front and back, as well as the ability to use many different types of equipment, means that I can do most things with a HUDDIG."
Mats Sjöstedt and his brother run the company Sjöstedts Åkeri in Härnösand, Sweden. The first HUDDIG machine purchased by the family company was a 960 in the 1985 model. Since then, the company has grown, and the HUDDIG models have changed. Two new HUDDIG 1370 with LIFT 2200 were recently delivered to the company by Staffare.
We will be on-site to showcase HUDDIG 1370 RAIL, HUDDIG 1370T TIGON, and different types of railroad equipment in booth A10:28. Come and discuss the railroad and areas of use for a HUDDIG machine.
Trondheim Municipality is already at the forefront of converting its fleet to 100% zero-emission construction vehicles. In February 2023, a significant step was taken when their HUDDIG 1370T arrived, the full hybrid backhoe loader that is also Norway's first of its kind.
Morgan Sannes is one of the owners of the family company Bamble Mekaniske Industri (BMI) in Norway, a company that builds and supplies machinery with equipment and accessories for the construction industry. BMI has also recently delivered Norway's first full hybrid backhoe loader to a customer.
Kevin Nygren, machine operator at SO Bergman Entreprenad, tells us more about the new HUDDIG 1370 CABLE and how he was involved in the design.
Huddig exhibits at AED Summit 2023, a construction and equipment industry company forum where opportunities are provided for members to attend educational programs and network with industry peers to strengthen existing business relationships and identify new business opportunities.
Huddig will exhibit at the NRC Annual Conference and NRC-REMSA Trade Show January 4-7, 2023, Boca Raton, Florida. The conference is for actors and stakeholders within the rail industry, both new construction and maintenance where current and important industry issues will be addressed.