About Wenco

For over 30 years, Wenco International Mining Systems has worked with mining companies to extract unrealized value. Under this mission, Wenco has developed an integrated suite of solutions to support the digital transformation of the mining industry. Fleet management, asset health, data analytics, and other technologies join together in the spirit of open interoperability to raise mine productivity and efficiency, lower routine costs, and establish a safe and smooth mining operation.

A Hitachi company since 2009, Wenco is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Construction Machinery headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Hitachi and Wenco: Long-term value through leadership in research and development

In the future, modern mines will extract more value and insight from their data. Systems will be more interoperable and deliver value beyond the pit, across operations. Combining 30 years of mine systems engineering and customer partnerships with Hitachi’s global leadership in systems research, data sciences, and IoT will help mines uncover even more value as they move towards a future with open interoperability, data intelligence, digitization, and autonomous haulage.

A Hitachi Company

Wenco is a subsidiary of Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. (HCM). Hitachi mining excavators and haul trucks are one of the strongest brand names in the mining industry. The current range of Hitachi hydraulic mining shovels/backhoes and Hitachi mining rigid frame dump trucks are backed by Hitachi’s most dynamic and responsive service and support network worldwide.

Mission

To be recognized as the industry-leading partner for reliable solutions in safety, productivity, and efficiency through our mine performance suite.

Mission

To be recognized as the industry-leading partner for reliable solutions in safety, productivity, and efficiency through our mine performance suite.

Challenging our people to inspire our customers to extract unrealized value.

Vision

Vision

Challenging our people to inspire our customers to extract unrealized value.

Values

We listen first.

To build great solutions, we need to understand our customers, their problems, and their expectations. So, we ask thoughtful questions and pay attention to what they say. We strive to learn all we can about their businesses and their needs.

We speak clearly and honestly.

With customers and coworkers, we foster relationships by creating an environment of clear, honest, open communication.

We lead from within.

Wenco started thanks to a natural spirit of initiative and we continue to succeed because of it. We each take responsibility for pushing ourselves to be better, to find new and original solutions to complex problems.

We look for opportunities to innovate.

We strive to continuously improve our processes and solutions, taking calculated risks to make them more reliable, efficient, and user-friendly.

We aim for customer enthusiasm, not customer satisfaction.

Nothing can compete with exceeding customer expectations. We make extra effort to ensure that anyone who uses Wenco solutions would never use anything else.

Our commitment to corporate social responsibility

Wenco believes in the importance of operating our business in an ethical and responsible manner. We know that as a corporate citizen our social responsibility extends beyond our walls and so we maintain strong connections with the communities in which we operate. Growing and maintaining these community bonds is accomplished through corporate gifting, sponsorships, employee-directed programs, food drives, children’s holiday gift donations, blood drives, and more.

Canadian Cancer Society

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.

BC Children’s Hospital

BC Children’s Hospital and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, agencies of the Provincial Health Services Authority, provide expert care for the province’s most seriously ill or injured children, including newborns and adolescents. Based in Vancouver, BC, Children’s and Sunny Hill reach across the province with vital health services that may not be available anywhere else in the province.

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child has collected and distributed over 100 million shoebox gifts for hurting children around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine.

Canadian Blood Services

Canadian Blood Services is a not-for-profit, charitable organization whose sole mission is to manage the blood and blood products supply for Canadians. Canadian Blood Services collects approximately 850,000 units of blood annually and processes it into the components and products that are administered to thousands of patients each year.

Canadian Alpine Ski Team

Canada’s national sport organization for alpine skiing, which provides world-leading programming for high-performance athletes and technical and safety leadership at all levels, while promoting alpine skiing in Canada.

Covenant House

Covenant House is a nonprofit charity serving homeless youth with a network of shelters across the Americas. Covenant House provides shelter and services to children and youth who seek help, with a priority of concern and commitment to those for whom no other service is available.

The Learning Partnership

Established in 1993, The Learning Partnership is a national charitable organization dedicated to championing a strong public education system in Canada through innovative programs, credible research, policy initiatives, executive leadership, and public engagement.

Canadian Federation of the Blind

The Canadian Federation of the Blind is a not-for-profit, grassroots organization made up of blind people speaking for themselves and fighting the social and economic inequality of blind people in Canada.