Wacker Neuson: Zero emission is the future

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The Wacker Neuson Group continues to make targeted investments in research and development to expand its portfolio and position as a leader in technology in its core markets. The Group is actively working on new technologies and developing products that provide optimum solutions.
Senarat Jayasekera, Regional President, SEA / SAARC Regions, Wacker Neuson Equipment

Wacker Neuson was the first manufacturer in the world to offer a wide range of emission-free construction equipment.
Zero emission is the future. Wacker Neuson was the first manufacturer in the world to offer a wide range of emission free construction equipment; be it for the small soil and concrete compaction machines or for the larger compact equipment. Our state-of-the-art equipment are not only as powerful as conventional machines but are also equipped with other benefits; for example, they are very economical since the electric motors are not only extremely energy-saving but almost maintenance-free as well.

Where there is no exhaust or noise emission, there is also no need to verify emission values!
Increasingly stringent requirements in the area of exhaust emissions have impacted the construction equipment industry. The Wacker Neuson Group has been working for several years on a short and simple answer to the challenge of zero emission. A technology that conforms to the environment is a win-win for the environment, contractor, and the operator.

We are the partner of choice for professional users in construction, landscaping, agriculture, municipalities, and the railway industry.
Wacker Neuson is a leading global manufacturer of high-quality construction equipment and compact construction machines. We are the partner of choice for professional users in construction, landscaping, agriculture, municipalities, and various applications for the railway industry. We offer our customers a broad portfolio of products, a wide range of services and an efficient spare parts service. We have more than 50 affiliates worldwide, 140 sales and service stations, more than 300 product range and more than 6,000 employees. We also conduct product sales, service and on-site training for the dealers and end-users, which we are replicating in India.

Wacker Neuson has continuously offered the right product for the right application.
The Indian construction market is price sensitive, however, contractors have learnt to appreciate a higher investment cost initially in order to avoid higher downtime and higher cost of ownership in the long run. Wacker Neuson will not compromise quality and operator safety when selling equipment in India.

The industry is going through a phase of consolidation at present.
We are fully utilising this phase to scrutinise our long-term strategy to enable us to cater to the Indian customer in a better manner. Wacker Neuson has been present in India for over 12 years now; we are optimistic of the future and are here for the long run.

NBM&CW March 2020

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