What's the latest at Huddig? Which customers have we visited? Here you will find all the news about our company, our products, personnel changes, as well as comments from a selection of our customers.
Marie Fall Selin is a new addition to Huddig's Aftersales team, working with spare parts logistics since June 20th, 2022. Sustainability is close to her heart, and she now looks forward to collaborating with colleagues to improve and refine sustainable processes.
Hylla is a local gala whose primary purpose is to draw attention to successful businesses in Hudiksvall, Sweden. Huddig was nominated in the two categories - "HyllaGalan's Innovation" and "HyllaGalan's Sustainability Company."
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.
The increased power and reach of the excavator's arm and the updated cab are something Fredrik is looking forward to putting to the test.
Electrification has now taken off in earnest in several major industries. The clearest trend is in the automotive industry, where figures show that by 2022 nearly 50% of all newly registered passenger cars will be electric or hybrid. Now is the time for the construction industry to join forces to switch to electric and hybrid vehicles.
Niclas Källerman, who runs Källerman Entreprenad AB, placed a large order at the Swedish Machine Fair and is now expanding his business with three HUDDIG machines of the latest model.
HUDDIG 1370T - an essential part of Phase 2 of the Building Project "Framtidsbygget" (The Future Build)
On June 22nd, the construction was started of Phase 2 of Framtidsbygget - Region Gävleborg's significant new construction and refurbishment project at Hudiksvall Hospital in Sweden. A HUDDIG 1370T was on-site during the inauguration and will also be loaned to one of the subcontractors during the construction.
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.
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.