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60 Ton KOMATSU OBS-60, C-Frame Press

60 Ton KOMATSU OBS-60, C-Frame Press

Stock Number: #2328
Tonnage: 60
Stroke: 4.72 inches
Shut Height: 11.81 inches
Adjustment: 2.76 inches
Bed Size: 31.5" x 21.65"
Ram Area: 17.72" x 13.78"
SPM: 70 SPM
300 Ton Komatsu E2M-300 Straight Side Press

300 Ton Komatsu E2M-300 Straight Side Press

Stock Number: #2271
Tonnage: 300
Stroke: 7.8 inches
Shut Height: 29 inches
Adjustment: 5.9 inches
Bed Size: 59" LR x 47.9" FB
Ram Area: 59" LR x 43" FB
SPM: 30-90 VSPM

KOMATSU Machines for Sale
Komatsu America Corp. incorporated with Komatsu Ltd., is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of earth-moving equipment, including construction, mining and compact construction equipment. Komatsu America also serves forklift and forestry markets.
Komatsu Ltd. is the world’s second largest manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, after Caterpillar Inc. More than 70 percent of the company’s revenues are generated from the sale of construction and mining equipment, including bulldozers, dump trucks, hydraulic excavators, mobile debris crushers, motor graders, rough-terrain cranes, tunnel-boring machines, and wheel loaders. Komatsu also has a major division devoted to the production of electronics. This business, responsible for about 7 percent of revenues, is involved in the production of electronic materials, including silicon wafers and polycrystalline silicon, both of which are used to make semiconductors; semiconductor manufacturing equipment; factory and office automation equipment; and local area network-related peripheral equipment. Komatsu divisions produce a wide variety of other products, including metal forging and stamping presses, sheet metal machinery, machine tools, forklift trucks, armored personnel carriers and other defense equipment, recycling plants, prefabricated office structures, and outdoor power equipment.

Although its main manufacturing operations are in Japan, Komatsu owns production plants and sales and service units in other countries, mainly the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Indonesia, China, Thailand, India, and Taiwan. Komatsu is involved in a number of joint ventures with various domestic and foreign partners, including Cummins Inc. of the United States, Bangkok Motor Works Co., Ltd. of Thailand, Larsen & Toubro Ltd. of India, and Ushio Inc. of Japan. About 54 percent of the company’s net sales are generated outside of Japan, with 25 percent stemming from North and South America, about 12 percent each from Europe and from Asia (excluding Japan) and Oceania, and 4 percent from the Middle East and Africa.