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Company Overview of Excavator Plant Kovrovets

Company Overview

Excavator Plant Kovrovets manufactures excavators in Russia. It specializes in revolving hydraulic crawler-mounted excavators and attachments, as well as logging and loading machinery. The company also offers forestry equipment, such as bunchers, buckers, skidding machines, and loggers; and attachments, which include straight spades, rippers, hydrohammers, hydraulic shears, multijaw grabs, clamshell grapples, magnetic holding plates, and clamshell buckets, as well as spare parts. In addition, Excavator Plant provides forge works, heat treatment in electric furnaces, repartition of electroplating, storage-welding repartition, and machining processing services. The company was founded in 1861 ...

5 Lopatin Street

Vladimir Region

Kovrov,  601900

Russia

Founded in 1861

Phone:

7 4923 23 23 97

Fax:

7 4923 22 20 37

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