Komatsu integrating construction, mining sales and service in new $47M Nev. facility

Updated Oct 22, 2018

Komatsu Equipment Company customer support and service center conceptual rendering

Komatsu Equipment Company is building a $47 million, 189,000-square-foot “state-of-the-art” customer support and service center on about 30 acres in Elko, Nevada.

“The new building offers an exciting opportunity to bring together local employees of two major Komatsu subsidiaries: KEC and Komatsu Mining Corp. (KMC), into one integrated organization,” says John Pfisterer, president of Komatsu Equipment Company.

“Collaborating directly in a shared, state-of-the-art space, these combined teams will enhance customer support and operational efficiency.”

The plans include:

  • A six-bay, full-service construction equipment and mechanical rebuild shop
  • A heavy welding and fabricating shop large enough for rebuild and manufacturing of large shovel and truck structures and manufacturing of truck bodies
  • A heavy machine shop with large, horizontal milling and boring machine, plus vertical lathe capability
  • An equipment and rental-machine yard with easy access to Interstate 80

Planned for completion in early 2020, the new facility will combine the staff and functions of three existing buildings, the company says. When operational, the new customer support and service center will be capable of providing expanded support to construction and mining machines across western North America.

Komatsu Equipment Company (KEC) is the exclusive distributor for Komatsu off-road equipment in Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming.

KEC services all makes and models of equipment, supporting many industries that rely on heavy equipment machinery, including highway, infrastructure, residential, industrial, utility, energy, and mining.