Hitachi will showcasing its rigid dump truck simulator on its stand at this year’s AIMEX.
The truck simulator will be just one of the features on the stand, which is focusing on Hitachi’s integrated solutions it and its partners offer.
“We’re excited to be heading back to AIMEX this year to talk with visitors about our business.
The simulator will be set up to replicate an RDT plus trailer configuration to give visitors a realistic experience of driving a EH5000AC-3 rigid dump truck.
“We’re looking forward to talking with visitors at AIMEX about how this whole package fits together to deliver the best productivity at the lowest cost,” Hitachi's Eric Green said.
"It’s vital for mine operators to choose equipment partners who can help them boost productivity, manage costs and run their operations in the most cost effective, streamlined ways possible, [such as] through our Mine Performance Analytics, we use comprehensive data to optimise and sustain productivity across mine sites.”
In April this year, Hitachi became the exclusive distributor of Wenco International Mining Systems throughout Oceania.
“We’re very excited about this partnership, which brings together the products and services of Hitachi Construction Machinery with Wenco's expertise in production optimisation, asset health, safety and systems connectivity for mining operations,” Green said.
“This combination delivers a genuinely scalable fleet management model for any size or type of mine and quarry,” he said.
“We’re looking forward to talking about this new partnership at AIMEX, where our team will also be on hand to discuss our specialist finance through Marubeni Equipment Finance.”
Specialists from across the Hitachi Group will be on hand at AIMEX to talk everything from equipment to parts, fleet planning and technology, and ‘pit to port’ solutions.
Visitors will also see a theatre space featuring the brand’s latest innovations, meeting space for visitors to chat with the team, and some giveaways.
Hitachi can be found at Stand 0310, during AIMEX, which runs from 1-4 September.