2015 KATO HD820III for sale POA

Excavators / Excavators / 7-20 tonnes

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Title 2015 KATO HD820III
Price POA
Listing Type New
Stock Number KATO04
Refcode TA597872
Category Track Mounted
Hours 0
Operating Weight - MT 19.5

Since its foundation in 1895 as a private enterprise, Kato has pride itself as being an innovator of the latest technology developing a range of mobile cranes, construction & industrial equipment to meet the demands of a constantly changing market.

Since first entering the overseas market in the 1950's, Kato has achieved sales of tens of thousands of machines, and is known in over 120 countries around the world, thereby rightly claiming to be a global company.

The Kato range of hydraulic excavators has been marketed in Australia since 1968. Experience gained since that time together with industry best standards in product support, help ensure Kato Excavator owners have piece of mind.

Produced at the Gunma Plant, the Kato range extends from the 7 ton HD308US excavator to the 46 ton HD2045iii excavator. The Gunma range of Super Exceed excavators incorporate Katos latest design features, rewarding the owner with performance and efficiency second to none.

For full specs and the best price on this product, call the team at Tutt Bryant Equipment today!

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