Rock.Zone celebrates past but looks to future

By Steve Ducker13 July 2023

Germany-based excavator attachment specialist Rock.Zone has marked its 10th anniversary with an event attended by around 200 guests from countries including the USA, India, Japan and Korea.

Group photo of the guests at Rock.Zone's headquarters The event was attended by guests from around the world. (PHOTO: Rock.Zone)

But the celebration was only half the story as managing partner Robert Piasecki outlined the company’s three key priorities for the next 10 years.

“We are overwhelmed by the numerous guests who have traveled far and wide in order to share in our celebrations,” said Robert.

“This event underscores the continuing importance of personal relationships. Despite the digital age, true connections and strong collaboration are best established through direct contact.”

The company’s priorities for the coming decade are growth, a carbon-neutral footprint, and digitalisation.

The growth focus of has already been highlighted with the opening of Rock.Zone UK last month, which is taking over the commercial arm of Webster Technologies, which was previously responsible for rental, sales and marketing of Rockwheels in the United Kingdom.

The product portfolio has already grown, with Rockwheels, Rockcrushers and Rockscreeners, and the associated dealers for those products.

In terms of carbon footprint, apart from the attachments themselves being said to contribute to CO2 reduction, the recently built new company headquarters was also developed with CO2 savings in mind, while digitalisation includes a recently launch app for hydraulic attachments.

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