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Doosan wins major order from CEMEX

Doosan Infracore Europe BV has received a huge order for around 100 new Doosan wheel loaders from building materials company CEMEX.

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Doosan wins major order from CEMEX

Under the deal, Doosan has been confirmed as the sole supplier of new wheel loaders for the European operations of CEMEX, covering facilities in France, the UK, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic and Spain.

 

The agreement covers Doosan wheel loaders with bucket capacities from 2.2 to 6.0 cubic metres, meeting a wide range of loading and handling applications.

 

The first unit, a DL550-5, was recently delivered to the CEMEX production site at La Ventrouze in France, where it was welcomed by site manager Romain Legrand and his team (pictured).

 

“We are delighted to finalise this agreement with CEMEX for the supply of new Doosan wheel loaders for CEMEX operations in Europe,” said Gilles Bendaoud, vice president of sales and marketing Europe at Doosan Infracore Europe BV.

 

“We are very pleased in the confidence shown by CEMEX in Doosan as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of quarrying and construction equipment and in the Doosan range of wheel loaders. Doosan intends to build a long-term partnership with CEMEX for their construction equipment requirements.”

 

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