Bobcat Company leads the industry in the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of compact equipment for construction, rental, landscaping, agriculture, grounds maintenance, government, utility, industry and mining. We strive to empower our customers to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.
Our roots are deep in North Dakota(USA) – having started here in 1947 – and we are the state’s largest manufacturer, with three North Dakota production facilities. Global Bobcat manufacturing facilities are located in France, Czech Republic and China.
Doosan Bobcat India, a subsidiary of the Global Doosan Bobcat business was established in the year 2007. It is based out of Chennai with 6 direct regional office representations across India.
Doosan Bobcat India (DBIN) has recently invested to acquire a 21-acres sprawling facility in the outskirts of Chennai to manufacture Backhoe Loader for catering to domestic market in India which is currently the world's largest market for Backhoe loaders. The first machine will roll out of the facility in the last quarter of 2019.
Component ManufacturerMining equipment
Silver Clip Rock Breaker from Bobcat
S650 Skid Steer loaders from Bobcat
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Prof. James Tour
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