Scrap recycling and demolition attachments manufactured by Genesis Attachments are now available at Komatsu retail stores in the northeastern United States.
According to material-handling equipment maker Komatsu, Wisconsin-based Superior Genesis Corporation “has a strong reputation as a provider of quality attachments.” This product line helps meet the demands of “customers looking for superior products” during scrapping and demolition. It can withstand these tough applications. ”
Mike Kuvas, Vice President, Komatsu Company Stores Business Unit, Komatsu America Corporation, based in Chicago. .
Genesis employee Kubas adds:
Komatsu explains that the Genesis demolition attachment is designed with features such as multiple jaws for quick exchange, reversible blades and teeth, and streamlined internal components that require less maintenance. . “Genesis demolition attachments easily handle concrete, rebar and steel in aerial work, general and bridge demolition, concrete recycling, and C&D material recycling applications,” the company adds.
In the scrap recycling sector, the Genesis mobile shears and grapples are designed to improve scrap processing speed, efficiency and handling, Komatsu said. The 22 model of the GXT shear “fits a wide range of excavators to meet application needs, while the Genesis scrap grapple and handling grapple offer high capacity to quickly move material,” Komatsu said. increase.
“We are pleased to bring our experience and industry-leading products and support to these Komatsu customers,” said Justin Parver, Director of North American Sales for Genesys. “Together, we can better serve the demolition and scrap industry.”
Genesis Attachments is a business unit of Ohio-based NPK Construction Equipment Inc. and Japan-based Nippon Pneumatic Mfg. Co. Ltd. K Genesis prides itself on being a global leader in the design and manufacture of quality shears, grapples and concrete processors. Specialty attachments for the scrap handling, demolition, material handling and offshore decommissioning industries.
With its global headquarters in Japan, Komatsu provides equipment, technology and services for the construction, mining, forklift, industrial and forestry markets. The Company Stores business unit has 19 branches in his eight states in the United States, including his 11 in the northeastern states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.