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Xcmg Stand At Brazil Trade Show 2022

XCMG Expands in South American Market

May 23, 2022
XCMG reports continuous gains in the South American market, the latest one in São Paulo where XCMG signed a U.S. $200-million supply agreement for E20 new energy equipment with Brazil’s largest mining equipment sales and rental company.

XCMG reports continuous gains in the South American market, the latest one at the 27th Agrishow April 25 to 29 in São Paulo where XCMG signed a U.S. $200-million supply agreement for E20 new energy equipment with Brazil’s largest mining equipment sales and rental company.

XCMG exhibited four flagship products suited for agricultural-related construction: XE27U and XE35U hydraulic excavators, XT870BRI backhoe loader and LW180KV loader. As the largest order of the trade show, the E20 order, which includes more than 600 units of new energy products to be delivered, will further expand XCMG’s market share and influence in the new energy market, contributing to Brazil’s green, low-carbon economic development goals as the transformation of the global energy structure accelerates.

“As the fastest growing economy in South America, Brazil’s energy, transportation and infrastructure sectors are experiencing fast-growing demand, and XCMG’s products with high efficiency, value precision and performance will contribute to the region’s sustainable development and promote the Belt and Road Initiative,” said Wang Yansong, vice president of XCMG Machinery and chairman of XCMG Brazil.

XCMG’s QAY650A all-terrain crane is the largest tonnage all-terrain crane China has exported to South America, and it has been deployed at a light rail construction key municipal infrastructure project in São Paulo after completing the installation of South America’s largest Ferris wheel.

The light rail construction is a major project to drive urban development, and the super strong capacity of the QAY650A has proved highly efficient and reliable in working conditions of restricted space and under tight deadlines, XCMG said, and the company’s onsite engineers provided full service to guarantee quality construction.

XCMG exports customized cranes

Last month, XCMG exported several batches of customized cranes to South America, which included mid- to large-tonnage products that featured differentiated functions and configurations based on customer surveys to better adapt to the local markets. The cranes meet South America’s strict MAR-1 emission standard. In March, XCMG delivered more than 100 units of forklifts to South America. The customized models were tailored especially for operation in ports, and while maintaining the stability and load capacity of the forklifts, the adjusted dimensions of the vehicle, the mast and overhead guard have made the forklifts more compact, and the improved cabin design also makes high-intensity workloads safer and more intelligent.

Next month, XCMG will deliver 80 units of the XDR80TE pure electric mining trucks to Brazil. The model was designed specifically for the mining working conditions and is best suited for operating in challenging environments such as open mine pits, reclamation works, steel mills, hydropower sites and ports, to carry out short-distance transportation tasks of earth and rock materials.