1976 was an exciting year for technology break-throughs. In January, the supersonic passenger airliner Concorde carried out its first commercial flight. In March, Apple Computer was founded. In September, NASA’s Viking 2 spacecraft landed on Mars. And in October—the same year—visionaries and entrepreneurs from two companies, PE Holmgren and Rivteknik, joined forces and developed a remote-controlled robot—Brokk—that would forever change the demolition industry.
Ever since, the history of Brokk has been focused on the future. About replacing dangerous manual labor with a safe, more productive, mechanized alternative. About putting leading-edge technology in the hands of skilled operators at work sites worldwide. About evolving the Brokk machines and adding attachments to make them the perfect tool in more industries and applications. About always developing new technology and solutions that make our customers more profitable and solve more of their challenges
And the secret? Brokk has always listened to customers, learned from their work and improved the machines for more than 40 years. The Brokk difference begins with getting to know our customers, the environments they operate in and the challenges they face. It’s the task of our worldwide sales and service network to listen and learn what businesses, operators and projects require for a safer, more powerful and more effective demolition solution.
Our intelligent demolition machines have dramatically improved the working conditions for thousands of people around the world and provided critical service when it was needed most. Brokk machines helped to clear Ground Zero after 9/11. They assisted in containing the nuclear disaster at Fukushima NPP after the devastating tsunami. And every day, they work at thousands of jobsites, keeping people safe while making businesses more profitable.
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// The Brokk team