F.H.L. Kyriakidis entrusts ELTRAK with the 2nd consecutive general rebuild of a CAT 980H Block Handler

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ELTRAK Group, with many years significant presence in the field of marketing and technical support of earthmoving and lifting machinery, power generators and more, is a constant stable choice for companies that desire to star in their field. The credibility it has over the past four decades and the solidity of Caterpillar’s name, with which it is linked as its official exclusive representative in Greece, make ELTRAK a strong ally for any business.

In the context of continuous development and achieving the best results for its customers, ELTRAK specializes in the reconstruction of Caterpillar machines, a practice that has been implemented for a number of years with the aim of reducing final management costs, increasing machine productivity and providing the maximum result to the customer. Proof of this is the recent rebuild of a CAT 980H Block Handler on behalf of the F.H.L. Kyriakidis marble industry, one of the three largest companies in the sector in Greece, with rich mining and export activity but also numerous and important projects around the world. The loader of 2009 numbered about 30,000 working hours at the Volakas quarry in the area of Drama, Northern Greece, the company’s stronghold with a production of over 50,000 m3 of white marble per year. It is the second loader to be completely rebuilt on behalf of the same company, as another CAT 980H Block Handler was delivered last April after its complete reconstruction.

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Machinery rebuild is always carried out according to the standards set by Caterpillar by ELTRAK’s experienced and highly trained technical staff, which is constantly trained on new machines and the latest technologies applied by the company. The privately owned modern and functional facilities as well as the modern equipment in combination with the latest technology computer systems, help to achieve a perfect result. After all, choosing to rebuild a machine is a widespread practice internationally, as it offers full utilization of the initial purchase investment by ensuring additional high-availability life cycles of the machine, helping to reduce the final management cost and making it a less expensive solution than others as purchasing of another machine, used or brand new, or even fragmented repairs occasionally.