New York Construction News special feature
Established in 1992, DY Concrete Pumps has earned a reputation for quality and competitive pricing with its Korean manufactured pumps. The company’s presence has grown to include parts and support service in the U.S. and Canada in Cairo, Georgia and Calgary, Alberta.
According to the company’s website, refined manufacturing is behind DY product quality. Built on a rolling assembly line that streamlines efficiency, the result is described as a consistent, quality product that doesn’t change with each production, simplifying fleet management. Common parts interchangeable between models reduce the number of parts end users will stock to maintain a fleet.
President Joe Delehay says the company’s extremely efficient manufacturing quality control process provides longer lasting equipment” for its clients.
“Our equipment offers a lower cost of ownership for our clients but allows them to generate the same revenues as equipment from higher priced competitors.”
DY, he says, also offers outstanding service and technical support, which many others do not.
The company has strategically located two facilities, one in southern Georgia, and the other in Calgary. “Each facility is mounting pumps, but more importantly, both facilities stock large inventories of spare parts to ensure prompt (overnight if necessary) deliveries throughout North America.”
“Throughout my 35 years of end user experience, I was continually disappointed with late deliveries and lack of parts support from this industry, and by using my experience, my team has a better understanding of what expectations are after delivery. We utilize this experience to provide unsurpassed customer satisfaction.”
Offering products suitable for everything from large commercial, institutional and infrastructure projects to residential homebuilders, DY offers three distinct product component advantages that other manufacturers do not, including a continuous swing (360 degree) boom pedestal.
DY also offers light weight fuel efficient models such as the 57 meter, the lightest on the market (91,000 lbs), which allows the pump to be mounted on a five-axle chassis where others require six-axle instantly saving the customer money.
“Our 57 meter is also a six-section boom,” he said. This allows the pump contractor to reach elevator core formwork two-storeys higher than a five-section boom, providing customers with more revenue opportunities.”
Delehay says DY will also be coming out with a 38 meter five-section boom and a 40-meter boom mounted on a three-axle truck in 2017. “DY will once again be displaying and showcasing all of our models at the 2017 World of Concrete tradeshow in Las Vegas next February,” he said.
DY is a member of the CPMA (Concrete Pump Manufacturers Association), complying with manufacturer’s safety standards, set above industry standards, and dedicated to the safe manufacturing and operation of concrete pumps in North America.
DY is also a supporting member of the American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA), dedicated to promoting concrete pumping and educating about safe concrete pumping procedures.
For more information, visit http://dyconcretepumps.com.