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Doosan drops Moxy name on new generation ADTs
New 30 and 40 tonne Stage IIIB/Interim Tier 4 haulers unveiled, and company announces plans for 50 tonne version.
Rising exports fuel 35 percent growth at AUSA
Spanish manufacturer AUSA said sales in the first half of the year increased by 35.2% compared to the same period in 2010 with exports increasing by 58%. Exports represented 72.8% of its business in the period.
Thwaites shows 300 kg micro dumper
UK site dumper specialist Thwaites will show its 300 kg capacity micro dumper at the IRE show, along with three other small models from its dumper range.
Cat’s new trucks, graders and scrapers
Caterpillar’s new ADTs, graders and scrapers are available in Europe with low emission engines
Gaining traction
New Volvo motor graders with a package of features to aid traction.
John Deere unveils monster truck
John Deere has used ConExpo-Con/Agg 2011 to launch the largest articulated dump truck (ADT) ever in its range, the 46 ton (41.7 tonne) 460E.
Global launch for next generation Volvo loaders and ADTs
Samoter will be the first public showing anywhere in the world for Volvo Construction Equipment's new generation of haulers and wheeled loaders.
Productivity gains in off-road haulers
Productivity and fuel efficiency are key selling points with haulers, but could training operators and improving working practices deliver even bigger savings?
UK company develops levelling attachment for site dumpers
A new material levelling attachment for site dumpers is being launched by a UK contractor and plant hirer.
Caterpillar lands massive Department of Defense order
US$ 641 million contract could see the supply of 900+ scrapers to the US Marine Corps and US Army.
Two new low loaders from Goldhofer
Goldhofer introduced two new semi-low loaders, the STZ-L 3 and STZ-VP 6
Caterpillar launches new motor graders
Caterpillar has launched four new K Series motor graders to replace the existing standard H Series.
Liebherr enters ADT market
Liebherr has launched its first ever articulated dump truck (ADT) at Bauma. The 30 tonne capacity TA230 on display is the first model in a range that will cover the 30 to 50 tonne categories.
Bell updates D-series
ADT specialist shows new features on its trucks and new variants of some of its most popular models.
Barford dumpers owner Wordsworth enters administration
Wordsworth Holdings, the UK company that owns Barford Site Dumpers and Fruehauf tipper trailers, has gone into administration.
Terex AWP sells genset range to Cummins
Terex’s Aerial Work Platforms division has sold off two of its non-AWP product lines: its generator line has been bought by Cummins Power Generation and the Terex power buggy range has been sold to Indy Equipment, an equipment dealer in Independence, Ohio. In both cases the sale price was undisclosed.
Adding Value: The latest product drivers within the haulers sector
Preparing for the next stage of engine emissions regulations remains the priority in hauler development. Enhancing machine productivity and fuel efficiency, while reducing operating costs is also a key focus. Becca Wilkins reports
Wacker Neuson adds cabs to selected dumpers
Wacker Neuson is adding an integrated operator’s cab with four of its site dumpers, the 3, 6, 9 and 10 t models (3001, 6001, 9001 and 1001+).
Wacker Neuson redesigns smallest tracked dumper
Wacker Neuson has redesigned its smallest tracked dumper, the 900 kg capacity TD9, with the unit now using a more powerful 9.4 kW Yanmar L100N diesel engine and a fuel tank with almost double the volume of the previous model.
Tower Light and Phoenix Zeppelin reach distribution agreement
Italy’s Tower Light srl has signed a distribution agreement with Caterpillar dealer Phoenix-Zeppelin for the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic markets. The agreement includes the Tower Light branded lighting towers and the Gladiator range that includes mini crawler-dumpers and site storage boxes.
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