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About Kobelco Construction Machinery U.S.A. Inc. (KCMU)
– Crane Division –

Kobelco’s Crane division was officially created in the fall of 2003. In October of 2003, Kobelco moved into a new parts, service, & sales facility located in Houston, Texas.

kobelcoKobelco Crane division focuses entirely on the crawler crane market, currently offering 7 models ranging from 85 tons – 600 tons. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of Kobelco Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, and a division of Kobe Steel. KCMU is the western hemisphere distribution point for new Kobelco Lattice Boom Crawler Crane products. In addition to the new crane products, KCMU also provides parts, service support and administers warranty policy for its dealers and customers.

KCMU’s list of products starting with the CK850G-2 (85 ton), CK1100G-2 (110 ton), CK1200G-2 (120 ton), CK1600G-2 (160 ton), and CK2750G-2 (275 ton), is the result of the best ideas and technologies in the world. Our machines are engineered for efficiency, comfort, durability and productivity to provide the lowest cost of ownership in the industry!

Historical Timeline

Kobe Steel, Ltd. - Founded: September 1905

Japan's first domestically produced construction machine: 50K mining shovel
Japan's first domestically produced truck crane: 10KT
Truck crane 55TC

335G, 655G, and 955G grab dredgers LA22 pile driver Production of construction machinery initiated at Okubo Plant

55B-TC truck crane
300 Series crawler cranes
300 Series truck cranes

KG60B, KG80B work vessels
H212 hydraulic truck crane

T Series hydraulic truck cranes
R150 rough terrain crane

K Series diesel pile hammers 670F, 9125F floating crane barges

GE1100 grab dredger

FD Series floating crane barges
MK-7 sludge dredger 5000 Series crawler cranes
5650 crawler crane (650t lifting capacity)
RK160, RK200 rough terrain cranes
7000 Series crawler cranes
CK Series crawler cranes Japan's first mini rough terrain crane: RK70M
F&G2345 floating-crane and grab-dredging barge
RK Series rough terrain cranes BM1200 crawler crane for foundation and civil engineering work
SL13000 crawler crane (800t lifting capacity)

7000 Series crawler cranes (MASTERTECH)

New RK Series rough terrain cranes

BM-HD Series crawler cranes for foundation and civil engineering work Okubo Plant receives ISO9001 certification

Kobelco Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. - Founded: October 1999

TK Series telescopic crawler cranes Operational agreement signed with Tadano for Production of wheel cranes
MK500 lattice boom wheel crane

Okubo Plant receives ISO14001 certification

Kobelco Cranes Europe Ltd. founded in UK and Kobelco Cranes North America Inc. founded in the US Agreement signed to provide Manitowoc of the US with OEM supply of crawler cranes for the US market

Agreement signed to receive OEM supply of all-terrain cranes from Manitowoc Kobelco Cranes Co., Ltd. - Founded: April 2004 Subsidiaries of Kobelco Cranes Co., Ltd - Kobelco Cranes North America, Inc. - Sales and service operations of cranes in North, Central and South America. Kobelco Cranes Europe Ltd. - Sales and service operations of cranes in Europe.

Agreement signed to provide Manitowoc of the US with OEM supply of crawler cranes for the European market KMG series all terrain cranes

Kobelco Cranes unveils the new crawler cranes "G-series" with lifting capacities ranging from 85 to 275 U.S. tons for North America and 60 to 250 metric tons for Europe. A complete re-design, upgraded and improved.

Kobelco Construction Machinery and Kobelco Cranes merged their management organizations to form Kobelco Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.

mapA New Global Strategy for Supplying Machines Throughout the World

KOBELCO is one of the first Japanese construction machinery manufacturers to begin developing crawler cranes for the export market. Today, we have a full line-up of cranes designed specifically for customers abroad, and KOBELCO cranes are on the job throughout North America and many other parts around the world.

Continuing our operations as an independent company, we have renewed our commitment to even more energetic and accelerated international growth, with an expanded sales network centered on the U.S and Europe, stronger sales and service capabilities in the quickly growing Chinese market, and aggressive development of new demand in the Middle East and Russia.

In this way, KOBELCO will continue to strengthen its presence as an international brand that offers ever higher levels of technological excellence and operational stability, and will continue to earn the trust and loyalty of customers both in Japan and abroad.

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KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY USA INC

10845 Train Court
Houston, TX 77041
U.S.A.
Tel: +1-713-856-5755
Fax: +1-713-856-9072

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KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY CO., LTD.

17-1, Higashigotanda
2-chome
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo,
141-8626
Japan
Tel: +81-3-5789-2121
Fax: +81-3-5789-3372

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KOBELCO CRANES EUROPE LTD. (UK)

Unit 9, The Felbridge
Centre
East Grinstead, West
Sussex RH19 1XP
U.K.
Tel: +44-1342-301122
Fax: +44-1342-326987

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KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY EUROPE B.V. (Netherlands)

(The Netherlands branch
office)
Argonweg 135, 1362 AD,
Almere,
The Netherlands
Tel: +31-36-549-5510
Fax: +31-36-549-5520

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KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY MIDDLE EAST and AFRICA FZCO (U.A.E)

P.O. Box 17442
Jebel Ali Free Zone,
Dubai, U.A.E.
Tel: +971-4-881-3291
Fax: +971-4-881-3299

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KOBELCO CRANES SOUTH EAST ASIA PTE, LTD.

60, Pandan Road
Jurong, Singapore
609294
Tel: +65-6268-1308
Fax: +65-6268-2490

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KOBELCO CRANES (SHANGHAI) CO., LTD.

#9-H, No. 25 Chingqing
Rd (M)
Shanghai, China
Tel: +86-21-5382-0120
Fax: +86-21-5382-2090

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KOBELCO CRANES TRADING CO., LTD.

17-1, Higashigotanda
2-chome, Shinagawa-ku
Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
Tel: +81-3-5789-2125
Fax: +81-3-5789-3372

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KOBELCO CRANES INDIA PVT LTD.

C 20 South Extension
Part II
New Delhi 110049, India
Tel:
+91-11-41882031,32,33
Fax: +91-11-41882034

Lifting Your Operating Profit

Kobelco’s Crane division is a global leader in the manufacturing of hydraulic lattice-boom crawler cranes, servicing the North and South American markets.