At Intermat, attendees could experience firsthand the unveiling of Kobelco’s newest products, including the European launch of the SK520LC and the SK380SR excavators and an all new TKE750G telescopic crane. 

The new SK380SRLC-7 is equipped with a powerful Isuzu Stage V compliant engine, which provides 210 kW output and 6% higher torque than previous models for a more efficient performance. In addition, the DPF replacement interval has been extended from 4,500 to 8,000 hours of operation, resulting in less downtime for maintenance.

The TKE750G, a new telescopic boom crawler crane with a maximum lifting capacity of 75 metric tonnes and a 35m lifting height. The crane is equipped with an EU Stage V-compliant Mercedes-Benz E9H01 (Daimler OM936LA) engine and continues the same basic concept of the G series lattice boom crawler crane models.

The all new SK520LC-11E’s is equipped with a new large and powerful 15 litre displacement Isuzu engine, which produces 348kW output and 1,980Nm torque (versus 300kW and 1,700Nm in the SK500LC-11). Best suited togeneral construction and quarrying applications, the SK520LC-11E also has a higher operating weight (53,000kg) when compared with the previous model, leading to increased stability.

We are excited to be back in Paris for Intermat 2024, where we will unveil our latest innovations to the world,” said Makoto Kato, Managing Director and Excavator Division Director at Kobelco Construction Machinery Europe. “We are proud to showcase our commitment to excellence and precision with the launch of our new excavator and crane. The launch of our new European brand tagline, “Built for Perfectionists,” underscores our dedication to craftsmanship and attention to detail in every aspect of our products and services.”


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