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New loaders, excavators coming from LiuGong

By |  January 11, 2022
LiuGong’s 890H large wheel loader will be outside at World of Concrete in a static display at the show.

LiuGong’s 890H large wheel loader will be outside at World of Concrete 2022 in a static display. Photo: LiuGong North America

LiuGong North America expects to introduce more than 20 new products to the U.S. market this year across several of its business units.

In tandem with these efforts, LiuGong plans to showcase its quarrying and aggregate equipment at World of Concrete 2022. The company will feature its 856H and 890H wheel loaders along with the 913FCR and 922F excavators.

The equipment will fully enter the North American market later this year, LiuGong says.

“These machines showcase LiuGong North America’s commitment to the quarrying, aggregate and mining segments,” says Chris Saucedo, senior vice president of strategy and customer solutions at LiuGong North America. “The World of Concrete show is a great place to highlight these machines and kick off 2022 with our line of new products coming to market for our customer base.”

Equipment details

The 856H wheel loader is the fifth-generation product in the 856 line, according to LiuGong. The wheel loader, weighing just over 41,000 pounds, features a Cummins 1.8 gallon, six-cylinder straight turbocharged diesel engine that has a maximum output of 245 hp.

LiuGong’s 890H large wheel loader will be outside at World of Concrete in a static display. At just over 68,500 pounds, the 890H has a net power rating of 351 hp at 1,800 rpm, fully complying with Tier 4 Final emission standards.

The 913FCR and 922F machines will be new to the North American market later this year. The 913FCR falls in between the 909 and 915 midi excavator range while the 922F is slightly bigger than the 915 midi excavator – and a bit smaller than the large excavator line.

Individual details about each product will be revealed later this year, according to LiuGong.

Kevin Yanik

About the Author:

Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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