Mining and Tunnelling Machines Manufacturer GHH to Expand in Türkiye and Beyond


The German manufacturer of machines for mining and tunnelling industries GHH has agreed a partnership with the Japanese machine and truck distributor Marubeni Dağıtım ve Servis in Türkiye. This strategic move opens up growth opportunities for both companies far beyond the country's borders.

In addition to its geopolitical importance, Türkiye has numerous mineral resources, including copper, iron ore, coal and chrome, as well as the world's largest boron deposits. These resources have helped to make the country an important player and hub in the global commodities market.

As one of the major distributors of heavy machinery in Türkiye, Marubeni Dağıtım ve Servis A.Ş. has already established a network of 6 locations with 270 employees and 50 sales and service centres, reaching as far as Azerbaijan and Georgia. Founded in 1983 and based in Istanbul, the company is part of the Marubeni Corporation of Japan, one of the world's largest distributors of its kind.

This constellation of skills, experience and footprint is highly interesting for the German machine manufacturer. As one of the world's leading brands in the industry, the company already serves a significant amount of customers in Türkiye.

However, the need for a stronger network for consulting, sales and service was identified as a key milestone to support the expansion of its product portfolio in the region. Loaders, dump trucks and other vehicles, specifically designed for mining in soft and hard rock, are the domain of the manufacturer who knows how to combine cost-effectiveness with robustness, ease of maintenance and driver ergonomics. The company supplies an almost complete range and operates on all continents.

GHH, which is preparing to become part of the Komatsu family, is also strengthening its dealer network with this partnership. Marubeni Dağıtım ve Servis is already a strong Komatsu dealer in the Turkish region, having worked with Komatsu in the Turkish market since 1983.

Source: GHH Group GmbH

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