Doosan partners with Tobroco-Giant on compact loaders

By Belinda Smart06 January 2022

Five new compact wheel loader models will be manufactured by Tobroco-Giant and sold under the Doosan name through its European dealer network, following the signing of an exclusive supply agreement between the two OEMs.

Doosan’s Tobroco-Giant manufactured DL60 and DL80 compact wheel loaders.

Doosan Infracore Europe said it will introduce the first Tobroco-Giant manufactured models in the 3.5 to 5 tonne weight range this year. The loaders will have Doosan’s orange livery.

Netherlands-based Tobroco-Giant manufactures loaders, skid steers and compact telehandlers for materials handling, construction, rental, agriculture and landscaping. 

Chris Jeong, CEO at Doosan Infracore Europe, said: “Doosan Infracore is constantly looking at improving and extending the product offering from the company, to ensure our customers have the most innovative and competitive solutions for their needs.

“With Tobroco-Giant, we have a partner with long-standing experience and a high-performing range of compact wheel loaders.”

The DL80TL telescopic model.

Tobroco-Giant CEO Toine Brock described the partnership as “the next milestone” in the growth of the company; “Doosan is well known for their innovative products and customer service, which is a great fit for Tobroco-Giant.

“We are looking forward to working with Doosan Infracore Europe to grow the market for compact wheel loaders.”

More details on the new compact wheeled loaders will be released in Spring, when the full range will be formally launched.

Doosan Infracore Europe said it will provide details on attachments for the machines later this year.

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