T and W Civil Engineering switch back to Hitachi with ten ZX33U-6 Excavators

T & W Civil Engineering switch back to Hitachi with ten ZX33U-6 Excavators

T & W Civil Engineering have invested in ten Hitachi ZX33U-6 Excavators after switching back from another equipment brand.

Founded in 1994, T & W Plant are a civil engineering and groundwork services business that operate throughout the Midlands.

T & W Civil Engineering switch back to Hitachi with ten ZX33U-6 Excavators

One deciding factor for the investment was due to the Hitachi mini excavator being fitted with check valves, air con, the ABAX tracking device and CESAR security as standard.

Geraint Griffiths, Plant Manager at T&W Plant Civil Engineering commented, “Coming out of lockdown, I am confident in the growth of the construction sector. It has driven us to review our fleet, ensuring that it is more environmentally friendly, up to date and also able to meet with the challenges we are experiencing in the industry. Partnering with Hitachi gives us the product we need in this endeavour.”

T & W Civil Engineering switch back to Hitachi with ten ZX33U-6 Excavators

Jon Barnfield, Midlands Sales Director commented, “T & W civil engineering demanded the highest levels of safety and performance, along with low emissions and fuel consumption from their excavator fleet. We at HCMUK are delighted to supply and support these Latest Dash 6 compact machines, and deliver on these demands.”

T & W Civil Engineering switch back to Hitachi with ten ZX33U-6 Excavators

ZX33U-6 Specifications

  • Net Power – 18.8 kW
  • Operating Weight – 3,320 – 3,720 kg
  • Bucket ISO Heaped – 0.04 – 0.13 m3
  • Max Dig Depth – 2,790 – 3,130 mm

T & W Civil Engineering switch back to Hitachi with ten ZX33U-6 Excavators

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Post source : Hitachi Construction Machinery

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