Mining Division

is the Komatsu manufacturing facility for super large hydraulic mining shovels.

Our business

We convince with 110 years of experience and quality made in Germany. The brand Komatsu is a worldwide synonym for top quality, achieved through continuous product development and innovation combined with reliability. Today we combine the departments Engineering, R&D, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Sales, Service and Parts under one roof in Düsseldorf.

Our products

At our 110,000m² production plant in the south of Düsseldorf, Komatsu Germany’smining division manufactures five different types of mining excavators with machinery weights of 250 metric tons up to 760 metric tons. Depending on each model, the size of the bucket varies from 16m³ to 42m³, which our flagship, the huge PC 8000, carries.

Our Mission

As a globally acting OEM of super large hydraulic excavators you can expect challenging assignments, allowing you to actively plan and develop our future while continuously developing your own skills. Our major commitment to quality and to innovative solutions combines with individual service. Since 1980 we have manufactured more than 1,100 excavators, more than 70% are still in operation.

Discover our excavators!



Komatsu arranges special Antonov transport

One of our long-term customers in the U.S. experienced a sudden failure on a slew ring. The failure occurred on an older model of the current PC5500…

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Komatsu PC3000-6 for the new Bradley surface mine

UK surface mining firm Banks Mining has returned to KMG Warrington for a second frontline earthmover for their new Bradley surface mine near Consett…

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First shipment of the brand new PC7000-11

This excavator is not just an ordinary PC7000, it is the first shipment of a PC7000 in the -11 version and also the first PC7000 to Latin America.

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Record breaking success story in Russia

Komatsu Germany's (KG) hydraulic excavators operating with success at SUEK Khakasia mines. The hydraulic excavators of Komatsu work under all…

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