AAA Machinery Parts and Rental started its business in 2007, trading new and used construction machinery. Having been in this field for more than ten years, we have accumulated rich experience and a broad network. We associate with not only official dealers but also various independent dealers, auctions, construction companies, rental companies, and other end users. We have a deep understanding of customers’ demands for machinery and services.

For more than ten years, AAA Machinery Parts and Rental has upheld integrity, commitment, and customer-oriented service, striving to provide customers with good condition construction machinery at favorable prices.

We have established sales channels throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Australia, Asia, the Middle East, and etc. If it is the first time for you to contact us, please feel free to ask for our references. We are confident that you will learn about our credibility and good reputation from our previous customers.

To ensure that customers can purchase suitable used machinery of the best condition, we have established many long-term, reliable purchasing sources too. AAA Machinery Parts and Rental cooperates with many transportation companies, and our point-to- point logistics service ensures that all purchased equipment is safely delivered to the location on time.

For more than ten years, we have proven our professionalism and credibility in the market, and we are confident that our commitment to this market, partnered with our loyal customer base, can provide us with a competitive advantage in heavy machinery trading business in the future.

This excavator is one of the largest land vehicles on Earth

See those little ant-like creatures in front of the machine’s treads? Yeah, those are people.

Taller than the Statue of Liberty and heavier than the Eiffel Tower, this German mining machine is one of the largest land vehicles on Earth. In HBO’s futuristic Westworld, a bucket-wheel excavator like this claws out an entire city. In reality, these diggers work in open-pit mines. The excavator pictured here, called Bagger 288, uses its revolving wheel of buckets as a shovel to continually shift 8.5 million cubic feet of dirt a day. Once it reaches a seam of brown coal, or lignite, it can harvest 265,000 tons of fuel a day. And the crew this behemoth requires? A mere three to four people.

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