Hot on the heels of the announcement regarding the manufacture of the 15000th machine in India, Pune-based Sany India has launched an eight-tonne hydraulic excavator called the SY80C-9. Introduced at a time when the government has announced mega infrastructure projects, which could provide the much needed fillip to the off-highway equipment industry, the new excavator is being presented by the company as a reliable machine. A machine that finely balances the performance and efficiency needs of its operators. Supported by a tag-line, ‘Quality Changes the World’, the excavator is claimed to be suitable for fishery and brickfield industry applications. The two are particularly found in good numbers in the eastern region of the country. Pointing at the SY80C-9, Dheeraj Panda, Director -- Sales & Marketing, and Customer Support, Sany Heavy Industry India Pvt., expressed that it is capable of offering significant productivity gains to the fishery and brickfield industry. “The machine would offer higher return on investment by proving to be efficient and reliable,” he added.
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