Komatsu Poland Sp. z o.o. is the exclusive distributor of Komatsu machines in Poland. Our sales representatives offer assistance in the optimal selection of equipment to customer requirements, warranty package and service and financing. Our professional service provides product support throughout the life of the machine, original spare parts and remote monitoring of machines using the KOMTRAX ™ telematic system. We also offer long-term rental and sale of used machines. We are also a distributor of Sennebogen and Terex Finlay machines in Poland.
The owner of Komatsu Poland Sp. z o.o. are Tecnosumit and Komatsu Europe BV. Tecnosumit, owned by Sumitomo Corporation Japan, is one of the largest distributors of Komatsu machines in Europe, with representatives from, among others, in Spain, Finland and the Baltic States. Komatsu Europe BV is the European representative of the Japanese machine manufacturer - Komatsu Limited. Komatsu Poland is one of the leading suppliers of fleets of earthmoving, reloading and mining machinery in the country.
KOMATSU IN THE WORLD
Komatsu is the second largest producer of construction and mining machinery in the world. Komatsu engineers and their clients are constantly working on innovative solutions optimizing operators' work, opearing costs and minimizing the negative impact on the environment. Komatsu was the first to introduce the KOMTRAX ™ remote monitoring system to the standard equipment, the first hybrid excavator and in mining applications it was the leader in the introduction of autonomous vehicles - offering the Autonomous Haulage System (AHS) with unmanned rigid trucks. The position of a global leader in the technology of using ICT (Information & Commnication Technology) in construction machines is complemented by the fact that Komatsu was the first to introduce in its machines a fully inter-connected 3D system (Intelligent Machine Control - iMC).
Komatsu is also a precursor in the field of 'Smart Construction' - an advanced system integrating a complete set of information from the construction site, using, among others, drones and cameras KomEye, allowing for efficient design and management of advanced construction projects.