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The beginning of the history of the company Shantui Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. It was laid in 1980 by the opening of the Shandong General Bulldozer Plant. Currently, the company is among the leading Chinese manufacturers of earthmoving equipment and construction equipment. Shantui is also the owner of 21 patents of the Chinese National Patent Bureau.
In 1980, the Chinese company adopts the technology of production of D85-18 dozers from Komatsu and begins to produce the Shantui TY220 dozer using proven technology.
In 1995, Shantui and Komatsu joint venture was organized, which began to produce hydraulic excavators under the brand of a Japanese company. In the future, the company continues to produce Shantui excavators using Komatsu technologies.
1997 Shantui received ISO9001 quality system certificate. In January of this year, Shantui shares begin to be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Already in May 2000, the Shantui I T70 small bulldozer and Shantui DG70 pipelayer, the first machines designed by Shantui independently, rolled off the assembly line.
June 22, 2000, the company received its current name Shantui Construction Machinery Co., Ltd
In February 2002, the company began producing vibrating rollers Shantui YZ18 and YZ18J.
In May 2002, Shantui DGY25 pipelayers were upgraded.
In 2009, Shantui is developing a new dozer SD52-5, which was considered the largest among Chinese tractor.
Shantui gained fame as a manufacturer of bulldozers, now this company produces Shantui excavators, as well as road rollers, pipe layers, motor graders, front loaders and other construction equipment.
The company is headquartered in Jining City, Shandong Province, China. More than 6 thousand people work at the company's plants.
The products of this company are widely known outside of China: the Shantui trademark is registered in 122 countries of the world. A wide network of sales and service offices has been established in Southeast Asia, Europe, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, the Middle East, South America, Africa and Oceania. Currently, Shantui also has 12 subsidiaries.