Heavy equipment industry has seen a surge in demand for heavy equipment from both the developing economies and the industrially established ones. Standardization of equipment’s by industry leaders has led to a paradigm shift in engineering design. Growing demand, customization, large number of component and sub-assemblies and stringent cost constraints make engineering for this vertical a unique challenge.

As heavy engineering industry focuses to revamp their existing product line, Actualize co-creates innovative design and engineering solutions helping those companies reduce cost and accelerate specific innovation needed to become market leaders in their segment. Actualize has always been associated with these industries in their innovation pathway, right from conceptual design to executing trailblazing technology with established process.

Actualize serves the resource deficiency needs of Heavy Engineering customers with a customized design support methodology that processes change requests and design enhancements efficiently and in shorter timeframes.

Heavy Engineering sector commands higher level of design standards as it involves large sized components and large scale of operations. It also requires best-in-class construction and operational safety qualities to be maintained. Actualize Consulting Engineering is the preferred partner of choice for providing such standards.

It also offers CAD/CAE solutions for:

  • Earth Moving Equipments
  • Concrete Equipments
  • Drilling And Tunneling Solutions
  • Road Construction Equipments

We have vast demonstrated experience working with various Heavy Engineering majors and our engineers have experience and expertise working with the following:

  • Back Hoe Loader
  • Compacter
  • Articulated Trucks
  • Motor Grader
  • Wheel Loader
  • Hydraulic Excavator
  • Wheel Excavator

Our Core Capabilities:

  • Light Fabrication
  • Hydraulics
  • Cabin/Console Design
  • Structure design
  • Weldments
  • Engine/ Drive Design
  • Electrical Design
  • Control & Instrumentation
  • Structural Analysis