KVX presented one of the largest innovations in the Ground Engagement Tools (GET) segment at BAUMA 2013; the «Hinged Lip». The system eliminates the time consuming welding operations when changing and maintaining bucket lips.
15.04.2011: Our Underground LHD bucket gives you reduced risk of breakage, loss or unplanned maintenance.
08.02.2011. Due to considerable growth last year and expectations of continual growth, we now need a product designer who can contribute to further positive development. The company expects a turnover of NOK 125 millions in 2011.
01.11.2010. KVX is fastening its strong grip on the largest Mining wheel loader from Komatsu. With this complete KVX bucket and tooth system to the Titania Mine in Norway, KVX have delivered buckets to the two existing WA1200 in Europe.
27.10.2010. KVX takes pride in its international team, capable of addressing its customers in a variety of languages such as Norwegian, English, Swedish, Danish, German, French, Dutch and Spanish. Soon more industry competence combined with additional language skills will be brought onboard.
The KVX Product Training was arranged June 22nd - 24th with participants from a large part of the world.
21.10.2010. The KVX International Dealer Meetings has always been highly appreciated by its participants. This two-day Product Training seminar gathered this year some 15 people from all over the world.
14.12.2010. Experienced Ferenc Schottner from Hungary joins our team in January. He has strong background and field experience in mining, construction and material handling.
01.09.2010. KVX was pleased to receive an order for 8 Hitachi ZX520 Heavy Duty buckets from Allied Wear Parts, KVX independent dealer in South Africa.
12.07.2010. Intruder is a completely new KVX tooth system option for excavators from 25 to 60 ton class.
25.01.2010. This month KVX delivered their 3rd, 4th and 5th underground loader (LHD) buckets to Australian Contract Mining (ACM) in Western Australia.
11.12.2009. A 20 cubic metre bucket from KVX was chosen to go with the giant Komatsu WA1200 at the Titania mine in south western Norway. The WA1200 is the worlds largest wheel loader with conventional transmission.