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History of LGMG Trucks

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One such globally recognized mining equipment brand is the Chinese company Lingong Group Jinan Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd. or LGMG for short.

 

The enterprise is located in the Jinan innovation zone in Shandong province and is a subsidiary of the Lingong Group (which also includes one of the world leaders in the production of special equipment SDLG).

 

The company is engaged in four main areas: the production of mining trucks and ancillary equipment for mine transport, drilling rigs and equipment for loading and lifting in the well, lifting platforms, key components and parts.

 

The production of mining dump trucks is the main business of the company, which offers a very wide range of machines for sale.

 

The first dump trucks rolled off the assembly line in 2010, and already in 2014 and 2015 it was Lingong Group Jinan Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd. ranked # 1 in the heavy mining truck segment in China.

Today LGMG products have a large market share and have quickly become the benchmark for the entire industry.

 

The production area of the enterprise is about 200,000 square meters, including 78,000 square meters of workshops and workshops.

 

More than 10,000 people work at LGMG factories.

 

It should be noted that LGMG dump trucks were originally designed specifically as open-pit dump trucks, they are able to withstand significant loads and very harsh operating conditions, for example, to work on the development of deep quarries.

 

This is the main and main difference between LGMG dump trucks and most other Chinese manufacturers, which produce dump trucks for quarries based on modernized road machines that were not originally designed for heavy quarry work.