Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Heavy Equipment Maintenance & Repair

Heavy Equipment Maintenance & Repair – The regular maintenance, repair and servicing of plant, heavy machinery and construction equipment is essential if construction or extraction schedules are to be met.

KKC have a  team of experienced and qualified mechanics, technicians and fitters can deliver a managed or scheduled maintenance and servicing solution for all agricultural, forestry, mining, marine, processing and construction machinery and equipment.

For urgent repairs, they offer a bespoke, emergency, on-site machine repair or engine rebuild service that will minimise your down time and ensure your machines keep working.

KKC mechanics are available throughout West Africa. Follow the link for more information on the the KKC Emergency On Site Repairs & Service


  1. It's a great thing Gambia has this great company! I also usually rely on http://www.ts-export.com/page.php?page=about_mini_excavators for listings of used heavy machinery. Readers can also visit this site.

  2. I agree that it is important to have maintenance done on your heavy equipment. It is much easier to do maintenance than it is to do a costly repair. It also helps the machinery to operate more efficiently. http://www.rotatingservices.org/services

  3. Like Kyle said, I too think it's very important to make sure your heavy equipment is in check. Mainly because you never know when something is going to go wrong with one of those, and heavy equipment is fully capable of doing some serious damage.

  4. You make a good point about the importance of maintaining your heavy machinery. I would think that it is vital to make sure that your equipment is working properly. It seems like working with machinery that isn't working properly could be a huge safety hazard. http://www.shute-eng.com.au/gears/gearbox-repair-overhaul-and-refurbishment/