Komatsu Excavator demolishes Hoboken
Hoboken HDR Photo: Komatsu Excavator
Komatsu is a Japanese company founded in 1917, which actually began first as a mining company in 1894 (and spun off as an iron works company). They began operations in America in the 1960’s and is now the 2nd largest supplier of construction equipment in the USA, and employ over 2000 people in the states.
Named after the city of the same name in Japan, Komatsu also means “little pine tree” in English.
For today’s photo – I chose to remove most of the color except the yellow in the Komatsu Excavator – which is the most prevalent color anyway.
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