Komatsu is acquiring certain assets of Matfield Machining to support the growth of its national field service teams, as part of its efforts to enhance its offerings for North American mining customers.
Engineered to promote increased productivity and a reduced carbon footprint, the 980E-5SE’s electric drive means fewer mechanical components, less maintenance, and potentially reduced life cycle costs.
The GHG Alliance was created to bring together mining industry leaders to work toward a shared goal of delivering zero-emissions equipment solutions.
Komatsu’s partnership with Toyota is reflective of the company’s interoperability strategy for its customers’ large mining fleets.
Komatsu and Toyota have announced the launch of a joint project to develop an autonomous light vehicle that will run on Komatsu’s Autonomous Haulage System.
Komatsu and Cummins have partnered to deliver a new, integrated remote equipment monitoring solution designed to reduce unplanned stoppages, accelerate maintenance execution, and extend component life and maintenance intervals.
Komatsu has entered into an agreement to acquire GHH Group GmbH, a manufacturer of underground mining, tunnelling, and special civil engineering equipment.
Komatsu has announced its HD1500-8E0; a rigid frame off-highway haul truck, purpose-built for mining, quarry, and aggregate applications.
Komatsu has agreed to collaborate with Codelco on trialling a new tunnel excavation method using Komatsu’s newly developed Mining Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) in Chile.
Cummins Inc. and Komatsu Ltd have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on the development of zero-emissions haulage equipment.