All Demolition Excavators Articles
Coleman & Co's 65 m modified Liebherr high reach is performing a unique demolition job in Glasgow, UK
Hyundai unveiled the first of a six model line of high reach excavators at Bauma
Lindsay Gale talks to Caterpillar's Richard Bliss, regional industry manager EAME, about its new Demlone high reaches
Specially modified high reaches are providing a solution for US nuclear decommissioning
A Kocurek-modified Komatsu PC800-8LC demolition high reach recently delivered to Lee Group has started work in Coventry, UK
Komatsu's 37 tonne PC290NLCLC demolition high reach will appear officially for the first time at bauma
Det Norske Veritas approved certification of the Rusch 34 m modified Cat 5130
Rusch is almost ready to ship its 34 m high reach machine to AF Decom in Norway
Doosan has added to its range of high reach demolition rigs with the launch of the 44 tonne DX340 LC demolition specified excavator
While demand for some classes of standard construction equipment has slumped alarmingly, the market for high reach and demolition spec’d tracked excavators is currently showing little sign of slowing in most countries around the world. D&Ri reports on this equipment sector
Komatsu has added to its range of demolition specific excavators with the introduction of two PC240 models, the 20.3 tonne PC240HRD-8 and the 28.6 tonne PC240NHRD-8
New Holland's new machines will focus on the demolition and waste industries.
UK contractor Wooldridge Demolition has added four more Volvo tracked excavators to its fleet, all of which are specified for the demanding demolition role.
A Hitachi EX670 belonging to Southern Demolition has been working on the demolition of Antelope Park in Southampton, UK