On March 10, the CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 officially kicked off in Las Vegas. This event is held every three years, and this year’s event attracted more than 3,500 exhibitors from all over the world, including Caterpillar, Volvo, and many other major international device manufacturers, and a total of some 100,000 visitors. It was held in the midst of the difficulties brought about by the novel coronavirus epidemic, to which NGC has responded with calm and confidence. With the energetic support of NGC-America, NGC has actively participated in numerous international business activities and made great efforts to expand into overseas markets.
At this exhibition, NGC exhibited its walking reducers, rotary reducers, and winch reducers that are used in the construction machinery industry. These devices feature modular designs, compact structures, and high bearing capacities, and can be applied to walking, rotating, and hoisting mechanisms used in construction equipment. Each system meets different customer needs, and the products are often customized to meet non-standard designs. NGC’s main drive reducers for shield tunnel boring machines (TBMs) possess compact structure and large bearing capacity, and adopt unique water cooling methods in order to dissipate heat. NGC’s dual motor reducer boasts power convergence capabilities, high transmission efficiency, and high torque bearing capacity. The company’s M series gearboxes boast a modular design and a high degree of part interchangeability, and have a wide range of applications in the construction machinery industry.
NGC's on-site exhibits attracted a lot of attention from the attending industry insiders. The company’s technical and marketing team provided visiting prospective customers with a detailed introduction to the outstanding performance, advantages, and reliable full-lifecycle service of NGC products, and jointly discussed the development trends of technologies within this industry. With the success of this excellent and fruitful exhibition in the United States, and the close communications with international customers, NGC will make new breakthroughs in its overseas construction machinery business.