Written by Sam SheltonSource: KCMA Corporation

KCMA Corporation, the manufacturer of Kawasaki wheel loaders , announced that it is joining the SmartEquip Network to provide electronic parts and service support, and procurement.

SmartEquip Software Offers Efficiencies in Parts Ordering

KCMA Corporation continues to demonstrate its commitment to improving process and transactional efficiencies for its customers,” notes Chris Trogstad, MIS Manager. “By joining the SmartEquip Network, we are extending our electronic product support capabilities, and our parts ordering efficiencies, directly into the operating platforms of our customers, delivering real savings and improving equipment uptime.”

“We are very pleased that KCMA Corporation has chosen to join our Network,” adds Mike Kendall, SmartEquip Director of OEM Business Development. “KCMA’s fleet presence across this market shows the potential for tremendous savings for our fleet customers and enhances our current offering among the heavy construction equipment providers. We very much welcome the partnership opportunity to support this significant new equipment footprint.

Contractors and rental companies utilizing SmartEquip’s e-FleetPro technology can anticipate the availability of Kawasaki wheel loader parts and service support information on the SmartEquip Network in Q4 of 2014.

About KCMA Corporation

KCMA Corporation, formerly Kawasaki Construction Machinery Corp. of America is headquartered in Kennesaw, Georgia. The wheel loaders are assembled in their Newnan, Georgia facility. Kawasaki is the oldest ongoing manufacturer of rubber-tire, articulated, wheel loaders in the world, serving the North American market for over 35 years. For information on the entire line featuring 15 models from 45 – 720 horsepower, visit Kawasaki wheel loaders at WWW.TryKawasakiLoaders.com or call 770-499-7000. 

About SmartEquip

The SmartEquip Network is the leading global standard for equipment lifecycle support and procurement. The platform provides a seamless brand-enhancing experience for equipment fleet owners, manufacturers, and distributors of complex equipment. SmartEquip technology enhances ROI for all Network participants by increasing equipment uptime, improving both technician wrench time and transaction accuracy, while also reducing the total cost of equipment ownership. The SmartEquip Network currently supports more than 150 OEM brands, with over 40,000 users across more than 4,000 locations across North America and Europe. SmartEquip recently surpassed $1.4 billion in transactions and is staffed by veterans of the construction and software industry. Founded in 2000, SmartEquip is positioned to define tomorrow’s dynamic and evolving equipment industry