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Doosan Heavy Days prove a great success

First event of its kind to be held by Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment draws a crowd

MORE than 300 customers and dealers from across the Europe, Middle East and Africa region attended the first Heavy Days event held by Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment, close to the company’s manufacturing plant and training centre at Dobris in the Czech Republic.

Held over 10 days in Lasovice Quarry, near Dobris, the event offered customers and dealers the opportunity to try out a wide range of Doosan heavy products and attachments, including crawler and wheeled excavators, breakers, wheel loaders, articulated dumptrucks and heavy-duty telescopic handlers in real working conditions.

As well as the new DX380LC crawler excavator, the attendees were able to put the DX160LC, DX225LC, DX235LC and DX520LC machines through their paces. The wheeled excavator range also featured at the event, with the DX160W, DX170W and DX210W models available for use.

The wheel loader range was represented by the new DL420, together with the DL200, DL300 and DL450 loaders. Complementing these products were the MT31 and MT41 articulated dumptrucks.

Guests at the event also had the first opportunity to try out the new Doosan heavy-duty telescopic handler range with the DT70 and DT160 models.

The event also played host to a new range of attachments currently being developed to increase the versatility of Doosan equipment. These include the new Doosan DXB100H, DXB170H and DXB260H breaker models intended for use on Doosan heavy excavators. Doosan pin-on quick-couplers were used to allow machines to change between the DXB breakers and a growing range of buckets now on offer from the company.

Customers also had the opportunity to test and provide feedback on the range of attachments being developed for Doosan wheel loaders, including three bucket types: standard, heavy duty and rock bucket.


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