Construction Equipment

  1. Bobcat Launches its Largest Excavator: 14-ton E145 is Strong, Nimble and Durable (VIDEO)

    Bobcat Launches its Largest Excavator: 14-ton E145 is Strong, Nimble and Durable (VIDEO) Combining power with maneuverability, Bobcat has launched its largest excavator yet, the 14-ton E145. The E145 is a reduced tail swing, long carriage class excavator that is designed to offer a high degree of maneuverability. The longer carriage improves lift performance, Bobcat says, adding that the E145 boasts industry-leading lifting capacity. Read more...
  2. Four Ways to Maximize the Profit Potential of Telematics

    Four Ways to Maximize the Profit Potential of Telematics While telematics adoption has been slowly on the rise in the construction industry, the majority of fleet owners are primarily using only its most basic functionality to manage service intervals and react to alarm codes. Although helpful, this basic use is only scratching the surface of the technology's capabilities and profit potential. Read more...
  3. Bobcat Launches Owner Portal Website for Quick Remote Machine Monitoring

    Bobcat Launches Owner Portal Website for Quick Remote Machine Monitoring With Bobcat’s Machine IQ wireless communication system generating heaps of useful data on machines in the field, the company has launched a new online dashboard for viewing it all. Located at my.bobcat.com, the Bobcat Owner Portal website gives machine owners and fleet managers easy and quick access to machine location, operating hours, fuel Read more...
  4. Feds Fine Hyundai $47 Million for Violating Emissions Regs for Construction Equipment

    Feds Fine Hyundai $47 Million for Violating Emissions Regs for Construction Equipment Hyundai Construction Equipment has agreed to pay $47 million in civil fines for allegedly violating U.S. emissions standards on heavy construction equipment. The company prepurchased engines between 2012 and 2015 “that met outdated emissions standards and then illegally imported, marketed and sold heavy construction equipment with these engines Read more...
  5. Brokk Opens Bigger US Facility

    Brokk Opens Bigger US Facility Demolition robot manufacturer Brokk has opened its newly relocated distribution and service facility in New Jersey, United States of America. The facility is 33% larger than the company’s original building and is located in the same industrial complex in Stanhope, New Jersey. Its 900 sq m (9,600 sq ft) area houses 50% more stock, comprising Read more...
  6. Hyundai Unveils Cummins-Powered Electric Compact Excavator at ICUEE

    Hyundai Unveils Cummins-Powered Electric Compact Excavator at ICUEE Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas unveiled its prototype of a fully electric-powered compact excavator at ICUEE. Attendees will find Hyundai in Booth K345 at the Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, where ICUEE continues through October 3. Hyundai and Cummins Inc. collaborated in developing the electric-powered Hyundai R35E compact Read more...
  7. Bobcat is Back in the Tractor Business with New Lineup of Compact Models

    Bobcat is Back in the Tractor Business with New Lineup of Compact Models In a move the company says represents a return to its “roots” Bobcat has re-entered the tractor market. Bobcat’s new tractor lineup includes 15 models, ranging from 21 to 58 horsepower. There are four transmission types available: Manual shift transmission Manual synchro shift transmission for easier shifting Automatic hydrostatic Read more...
  8. Skid Steer or Compact Track Loader? How to Choose Between Versatile Machines Operating on Similar Jobsites

    Skid Steer or Compact Track Loader? How to Choose Between Versatile Machines Operating on Similar Jobsites A useful performer on many jobsites, the skid steer has long been valued for its size, performance, and sheer versatility — features that have made it a staple for contractors in its 60-year history. However, it’s no secret that the compact track loader has moved into the spotlight and sales for the compact track loader have exceeded that of Read more...
  9. New Komatsu PC2000-11 Excavator Gets Power Boost for Loading 200-ton Trucks

    New Komatsu PC2000-11 Excavator Gets Power Boost for Loading 200-ton Trucks Komatsu’s new PC2000-11 excavator is designed to load 70- to 200-ton rigid-frame dump trucks faster than its predecessor, boosting productivity up to 12 percent. To achieve the performance increase, Komatsu gave the new hydraulic excavator a 9 percent increase in power over the PC2000-8, for a total of 1,046 net horsepower, and added a new Read more...
  10. Komatsu Launches the PC2000-11 Hydraulic Excavator

    Komatsu Launches the PC2000-11 Hydraulic Excavator Komatsu America has announced its new PC2000-11 hydraulic excavator, which is designed to quickly load 70 to 200-ton rigid frame haul trucks. Equipped with an EPA 1,046hp Tier 4 Final certified engine, the PC2000-11 has more horsepower and a new engine-pump control for faster cycle times and improved multifunction performance. “The PC2000-11 is Read more...

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