Most companies would like green, sustainable and environmentally friendly products that contribute to a better future for all of us. With the concept of 'NCN Heavy Handling Upcycling', N.C. Nielsen are offering a specific, user-friendly offer to match the good intentions, by giving new life to worn-out machines at the heavier end of the scale.
The upcycling concept is good news for owners of worn-out Heavy Handling machines. N.C. Nielsen has broad expertise in maintaining and renovating machines, including its own traded-in machines and rental machines. With initiatives like renovating machine parts and reusing all its steel without melting it down, N.C. Nielsen is creating additional value and contributing to the green transition.
"We're launching the concept for Terberg terminal tractors, Konecranes reach stackers or trucks with a good few hours on the clock. We replace worn machine parts with new, original spare parts from our well-known machine brands and, wherever possible, send parts for renovation according to the Reman concept. The customer will experience a renovated and newly lacquered machine in return, in the same condition as when it was delivered as new," says Claus Lilleholt, Country Manager at N.C. Nielsen.
Customers at N.C. Nielsen can draw on a number of economies of scale when they choose an upcycling-based solution. The renovation of machinery is carried out by technical specialists who are familiar with the machine type. A program of consultancy, calculations and total renovation in our own manufacturing facilities makes the upcycling project financially attractive and gives a better amortisation profile for the machine.
N.C. Nielsen offers to implement an upcycling project in a maximum of six weeks, during which the technicians work intensively to get the Heavy Handling machine back in good working order. In order to maintain uptimes, the customer can opt to rent a machine from N.C. Nielsen to cover their driving needs during this period.
"We're going into the market with a well-prepared concept that retains the commercial advantages for our customers. Naturally we want to contribute towards sparing the environment, saving on raw materials and reducing carbon emissions while also being able to accommodate our customers' wishes in relation to renovation of their machines," says Claus Lilleholt of N.C. Nielsen.