Dressta, formally International Harvester and then Dresser, was until 2005 a joint venture of Komatsu America International Company and Huta Stalowa Wola (HSW), Poland. In 2005 the Komatsu interest in the joint venture was secured and Komatsu was removed from the ownership relationship. However Komatsu retained the ability to supply parts for older Dressta machines and has the COMPLETE responsibility to support Galion, Haul Pack, IH and all IH and Dresser products that had been manufactured in the United States and Canada. In 2007 Dressta opened its own parts distribution facility in Bolingbrook Illinois to service North America. Our world-wide headquarters location is Stalowa Wola, Poland.
Dressta Company Ltd. also wholly owns two successful subsidiary companies: Conequipco Asia Pacific Pte Ltd., in Singapore and Dressta North America & CETCO located in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, USA. These organizations support Dressta in its sales and product support effort as well as component procurement for the manufacture of the entire product line.
We are dedicated to being a worldwide supplier of quality products that meet and exceed the performance and productivity of the products produced by the leading manufacturer of construction equipment.
The 560E is the largest Dressta loader at 8.5 yards (6.5 m) and 427 net hp. Joystick controls for the boom and bucket, 3 speed countershaft transmission, wet internal brakes and an excellent horsepower to weight ratio make this machine a fast performer. Sand and gravel, general construction, light material applications with larger buckets and quarry work are the main applications where the 560E is being used.
The 560E logger combines great hydraulic lifting ability with a very strong frame and boom system that provides the structural integrity to handle heavy loads racking from side to side. This heavy lift version of the 560E is also used in steel mills, pipe handling, granite block handling in addition to the log millyard use.
The 555C is the latest version of the famous “triple-nickel” loader at 6.5 yards (5 m) and 319 net hp. Joystick controls for the boom and bucket, 4-speed countershaft transmission, wet internal brakes and an excellent horsepower to weight ratio make this machine a fast performer. Sand and gravel, general construction, light material applications with larger buckets and quarry work are the main applications where the 555C is being used.
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