In March Hopkins created waves in the concrete truck mixer segment globally including China. Hopkins introduced a cutting –edge drum-cleaning system which truck mixer in United Kingdom would definitely favour. The innovative cleaning system would, that would notably lower the health hazard and safety concerns often associated with drum cleaning, has now been introduced onto the United Kingdom’s competitive market. Furthermore, the mixer’s ‘Ready Jet G3’ facilitates the removal of the concrete, remotely. Industry experts eyeing the global and Chinese concrete truck mixer industry, 2010-2020 add that this would not only prevent injuries when climbing inside the mixing drum but can avoid exposure to the harmful carcinogen popular as silica dust.
Recently Prof Research Reports has added a report titled “Global and Chinese Concrete Truck Mixer Industry, 2010-2020.” The report focuses on the bountiful opportunities, value chain analysis, challenges, threats, consumption volume, cost /profit and market segmentation among other aspects. Getting back to the product feature, the ready jet feature in the truck mixer is beneficial for both the truck owner as well as operator and those mixers requiring a very safe and systematic method of getting rid of the bothersome residual build-up.
To top it all, the Hopkins director Nathan said “We wanted to offer our employees a safer environment in which to work and Ready Jet provided us with the perfect solution. All of the health and safety risks to individuals are removed and I’m really pleased to be able to champion safety within our industry.” Nathan explained “We recently unveiled Hopkins Ready Jet at the UK Concrete Show and it was really well received. We have had a number of enquiries and requests for demos, which is really encouraging.”