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LiuGong is a leading construction equipment manufacturer offering a full line of extreme duty, intuitive machines for construction equipment owners constantly challenged to do more with less. LiuGong, headquartered in Liuzhou, China, has one of the most expansive arrays of product line of any Chinese manufacturer, including wheel loaders, excavators, bulldozers, motor graders, pavers, cold planers, skid steers, backhoe loaders, rollers, forklifts, truck mounted cranes, crawler cranes, pipe layers, mining dump trucks and concrete equipment.
The company is among the world’s fastest growing CE firms and has a strong performance in overseas markets. The company’s market outside China has already accounted for nearly 35 percent of its total sales revenue.
LiuGong has one of the largest, most sophisticated and comprehensive dealer networks of any Chinese exporter, with more than 300 dealers in over 130 countries and 2,650 sales outlets, all supported by 12 regional offices with adjacent parts depots. The company’s strong dealers, subsidiaries, and its customer-centric culture provide a distinct advantage by providing support anywhere in the world.
LiuGong’s machines are uniquely suited to rapidly growing emerging markets. The environment in China which nurtures their design is known to be the toughest in the world in terms of run times between maintenance, harsh work environments, cost demands, and rough operating conditions. LiuGong machines use proven technologies and thrive in these rigorous settings -- they are highly efficient, durable, simple to run, easy to service and offer affordable value.
LiuGong is widely recognized as forward thinking. It runs 20 manufacturing facilities globally that adhere to Six Sigma quality methods. LiuGong supports a world class R&D function, and has a team of more than 8,000 employees, including 1,000 engineers, standing behind every machine the company makes. The company’s full contact relationship with its customers and its markets lets LiuGong share know-how for today’s projects while anticipating needs for tomorrow’s jobs.