Doosan Infracore inks dump truck deals in two countriesDoosan Infracore inked a deal to supply articulated dump trucks in Saudi Arabia and Poland, the company announced Monday.
Doosan signed a contract to supply 10 articulated dump trucks to a construction firm in Saudi Arabia - half of the truck order going to Saudi Arabia, according to Doosan.
It also signed a contract to provide five of the trucks to a coal aggregate supplier in Poland.
Doosan declined to reveal the name of its partners.
Articulated dump trucks are large-sized trucks commonly used at mines and quarries. Doosan’s articulated dump trucks are able to distribute the load weight equally on the entire truck, the company said.
Doosan’s goal is to raise the sales of articulated dump trucks by more than 20 percent compared to last year.
“Doosan Infracore’s excavator and wheel loader rank the first or second in Saudi Arabia, but the articulated dump truck market has been dominated by global companies from the United States and Japan,” said a spokesperson for Doosan Infracore. “Doosan will continue with large scale marketing following the latest deals.”
By Jin Min-ji
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