Babcock International Group, one of Africa’s leading suppliers to the energy, process, mining and construction industries, is the exclusive distributor of Shandong Lingong Construction Machinery (SDLG) in southern Africa, a range that includes wheel loaders, graders, excavators and vibratory rollers. Introduced in 2012 and showcased at Bauma 2013, the range has had tremendous success in the market since then and was represented at Bauma Conexpo 2015.
Babcock has ensured that these machines are well supported by the company’s extensive geographic infrastructure of branches, dealers and service capability located across the country, from Cape Town to Zambia, with an inventory of parts sufficient to support new and existing SDLG products.
The SDLG stand at Bauma Conexpo 2015 featured the latest range available for the local market, as well as the brand new B877 backhoe loader now available in Africa.
Established in 1972, SDLG manufactures between 40 000 and 50 000 units per annum and has been one of the few companies to achieve numerous Chinese industry awards for its loader range. As early as 1998, SDLG obtained the ISO9001 International Quality Management System Certification which has since made them a global supplier of earthmoving equipment, complete with all the technical innovations and quality levels to compete with the best equipment available in world markets.
For more information please contact:
General Manager - SDLG
Babcock International Group
Phone: +27 (0)11 397 1371
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