BEML has designed and developed indigenously over 40 products through its R&D
GN Bureau | January 23, 2018
Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML), a ministry of defence PSU, has launched a 5.4 ton wheel loader BL30-1 at Excon Exhibition 2017 in Bangalore.
The high performance and rugged wheel loader is designed and developed by BEML.
BL30-1 Frontend Wheel Loader is designed for maximum equipment utilisation, with best- in- class fuel efficient engine, ergonomically designed cabin added to superior production performance. This wheel loader is suited for various loading applications and provides higher return on investment.
Apart from this, BEML is showcasing other construction equipment such as BG605I and BG405A Motor Graders, BE220G Hydraulic Excavator, BL9H Backhoe loader in this exhibition.
BEML, a leading mining and construction equipment manufacturer, has designed and developed indigenously over 40 products through its R&D, and are not only working in India but also in 65 countries around the world.
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