In the rental business, reliability is key. That’s why Darin Sweeney, operations manager for REV Drill Inc., only rents his company’s custom drill attachments with Doosan excavators. He says this pairing outmatches every other machine combination in the industry when it comes to drilling bridge supports, foundations, retaining walls, and other structures.
Finding the right combination of reliability, power, comfort and maneuverability is key — especially when the job varies from huge jobsites to tight urban quarters. David Mulicka of Honc Destruction is expanding his fleet with four Doosan models in order to satisfy customers and stay ahead of the competition.
Your machine's seat should be just as comfortable as the chair in your living room. As Dean Black of Black Construction in Devils Lake, ND, can tell you, owning a comfortable machine is key. Hear why it's one of the many reasons Dean chooses Doosan.
Processing plant waste into organic compost requires powerful, dependable equipment. Denise and Mark Houghtaling, owners of MW Horticulture Recycling, converted to Doosan after an excavator demonstration showed how Doosan excavators offered more power and better reach than their original brand preference. Today, their four excavators take on a variety jobs, including mixing compost and plant waste.
Whether he’s working with a small pile or a mountain of material, Ewald Rothmaier of Rothmaier Excavating in Toronto, Ontario, counts on Doosan machines. With the perfect ratio of weight and balance, Doosan equipment is built to withstand years of tough work at a variety of jobsites.