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Komatsu signs Africa Framework Agreement with Eramet
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Komatsu signs Africa Framework Agreement with Eramet

Komatsu signs Africa Framework Agreement with Eramet

Komatsu has signed a Global Framework Agreement covering a part of the Africa region and New Caledonia with Eramet S. A. resource company in France.

Through the agreement, Komatsu will support safety and the maximization of productivity of mining operations in the target regions. In addition, both companies will accelerate their efforts to reduce CO2 emissions toward each goal of carbon neutral by 2050.

Eramet is a global company which has projects in Africa region and New Caledonia etc. and Komatsu has been supporting global operations of Eramet through providing high quality products and services, as well as contributing to effort to reduce CO2 emission towards carbon neutral including fuel efficiency improvement proposals or introduction of Hybrid hydraulic excavator.

Komatsu has been promoting the strengthening of marketing strategies in Africa markets as one of the efforts of focus in the previous and current Mid-term management plan and has been promoting a “One Face Support”.

As part of this effort, Komatsu has centralized all functions of Africa operations to Komatsu Europe International N.V.

The conclusion of the Agreement is a result of the high evaluation of our products and support as well as our effort to meet the diverse requirements of our customers.

DANTOTSU Value is defined as customer value creation that generates a positive cycle of improvement of earnings and ESG resolutions in Komatsu’s mid-term management plan, entitled “DANTOTSU Value – Together, to “The Next” for sustainable growth”.

Through this DANTOTSU Value, Komatsu will strive to create new values in order to take steady steps forward to the next stage for the workplace of the future and pass on a sustainable future to the next generation.

The PC2000 large hydraulic excavator operating in manganese mine in Gabon
The PC2000 large hydraulic excavator operating in manganese mine in Gabon
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