In the history of automotive brand contest, a construction machine wins award for the first time
16 October 2018
HIDROMEK received 15th design award
HIDROMEK has achieved a first in the construction machinery sector by winning an award with HMK 640 WL wheel loader, in one of the world's most prestigious design competitions, Automotive Brand Contest. HIDROMEK became the first construction machine manufacturer to receive this award while increasing number of design awards to 15.
Being one of the world's top 50 construction equipment manufacturer, HIDROMEK is celebrating its 40th foundation anniversary this year. Today, over 43 thousand HIDROMEK machines are operating in more than 100 countries. HIDROMEK, demonstrates its power in R&D and design, technology and innovation at every stage of its production. The company stands out in the global market with innovative designed machines with HIDROMEK Design Studio.
Until today, the company won 14 design awards including the international awards such as Red Dot Best of the Best, German Design and Good Design. Now, HIDROMEK stands out with being awarded by Automotive Brand Contest which is organized 7th time by German Design Council this year.
HIDROMEK HAS ONE OF THE LEADING VEHICLE DESIGN STUDIOS IN TURKEY
HIDROMEK Design Studio Manager Hakan Telisik made the following statements about the award:
“We won an award with HMK 640 WL at the Automotive Brand Contest 2018, which was held by German Design Council who nominated HIDROMEK. None of the construction equipment manufacturers has ever won this award before. It is a first. ‘HIDROMEK Design Studio’ is one of the leading vehicle design studios Turkey. HIDROMEK, once again demonstrated the quality and innovation of the design of products signed by ‘HİDROMEK Design Studio’. This award is also very important in positioning our design quality among automotive companies.”
HMK 640 WL PROVIDES HIGH PRODUCTIVITY
HMK 640 WL wheel loader, offers high productivity and efficiency in areas such as quarry operation, gravel, mining and concrete batching plants.”