MB Crusher Buckets Run Through India
The first highway connecting the cities of Hyderabad and Bangalore will be built using MB crusher buckets, equipment that stands out due to its unique and unmistakable characteristics. The motorway will be approximately 600 km long, with 3 lanes in both directions, and will represent an important change in India as the country will benefit from a fast and greater flow of communication, transportation and commerce networks, which up until today have been carried out mainly by sea.
MB S.p.A. views this new project as a positive turning point for India, which will progress from both a commercial and economic standpoint, all in full respect for the environment, an issue that has top priority in the philosophy of the Italian company (currently in the process of obtaining the ISO 14001 certification).
MB crusher buckets work using the hydraulic system of the excavator they are fitted to and, unlike traditional crushers, offer significantly reduced transportation and waste disposal costs, thus allowing inert materials to be recycled.
India will thus become familiar with the high quality of MB products, and will have the opportunity to see them in action, evaluate them and be completely satisfied by their performance, and this because it relies on a prestigious company, in constant growth and with highly qualified expertise, a company that handles the needs of its customers with a high level of commitment.
“We are extremely optimistic on the successful outcome of the highway that will connect the cities of Hyderabad and Bangalore, both extremely excited to try out our highly technological, Italian-made buckets and to obtain a new communication line that we are sure will be appreciated by the Indian country”, stated Guido Azzolin, managing director of MB S.p.A.
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