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Komatsu UK Ltd. is a major production facility for construction and mining equipment in the Komatsu group. Located in Birtley (UK), near Newcastle in North East England, Komatsu UK proudly provides high quality and reliable products. In 2014 it produced its 60.000th unit and has since then produced the HB215LC-2 hybrid hydraulic excavator and the PC210LCi-10, the world's first intelligent Machine Control hydraulic excavator. In 2016, Komatsu UK started the production of the HB3655LC-3 hybrid hydraulic excavator.
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Kikki's Workshop http://www.kenkenkikki.jp/e_index.html We love construction equipment! A very, very small excavator. It is the size of a motorcycle. It is used to dig and level the ground at very narrow sites.