Most companies aim for 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 presents a concrete and practical solution to these good intentions by giving a new lease of life to retired heavy-duty machines.
The upcycling concept brings good news to owners of retired heavy handling machines. N.C. Nielsen has extensive experience in maintaining and renovating machines, including their own traded-in and rental machines. By renovating machine parts and recycling all steel without melting, N.C. Nielsen adds value to the customer and contributes to the green transition.
"We are launching the concept for reach stackers, terminal tractors, or trucks with many hours on the counter, regardless of the machine brand. We replace worn machine parts with new original parts, and wherever possible, the replaced parts are sent for renovation under the Reman concept. The customer will experience receiving a renovated and repainted machine in the same condition as when it was delivered as new," says Country Manager Claus Lilleholt from N.C. Nielsen.
Customers at N.C. Nielsen can benefit from several economies of scale when choosing an upcycling solution. The machine's renovation is carried out by technical specialists who are already familiar with the machine types, and total renovation in N.C. Nielsen's own production facilities makes the upcycling project economically attractive and provides a better depreciation profile for the machine.
N.C. Nielsen offers to carry out an upcycling project in a maximum of six weeks, where technicians work intensively to get the heavy handling machine back in operational condition. To maintain uptime during this period, the customer can choose to rent a machine from N.C. Nielsen to meet their transportation needs.
– "We are now entering the market with a well-thought-out concept that preserves the business advantages for our customers. We want to contribute to protecting the environment, conserving resources, reducing CO2 emissions, and simultaneously meeting the customer's wishes regarding machine renovation," says Country Manager Claus Lilleholt from N.C. Nielsen.
Old, worn Terberg terminal tractor
New, renovated Terberg terminal tractor
Old, worn Konecranes forklift
New, renovated Konecranes forklift
Old white Terberg terminal tractor
New, renovated Terberg
Nearly disassembled and ready for sandblasting.
Sandblasted and ready for 2x painting.
Ready for the replacement of agreed-upon parts and machine assembly.