Construction Equipment

  1. Brandt Closes Cervus Acquisition, Creates Canada’s Largest Dealer Network

    Brandt Closes Cervus Acquisition, Creates Canada’s Largest Dealer Network Brandt Tractor Ltd.—a subsidiary of the Brandt Group of Companies—announces its successful acquisition of Cervus Equipment Corp. The announcement follows a 97.66% endorsement by Cervus shareholders. The transaction sees publicly traded Cervus transition to 100% private ownership in an all-cash deal. Thus, this transaction creates Canada’s Read more...
  2. JLG Enters Agriculture Market

    JLG Enters Agriculture Market JLG is expanding into the agriculture market. The world’s largest manufacturer of access equipment has debuted a line of telehandlers geared toward the agriculture industry, while also naming Cody Rainer as director of channel development to lead JLG’s initiatives within the agricultural sector. JLG is currently offering three telehandler Read more...
  3. Volvo CE Boosts Sales 11% Despite Sharp Drop In China

    Volvo CE Boosts Sales 11% Despite Sharp Drop In China Despite a 26% decrease in orders in China, Volvo Construction Equipment reports an 11% increase in net sales in the third quarter compared to the same period last year. Reduced government investments led to lower construction activity in China, sparking a sudden decline. The rest of the world saw strong growth, prompted by high infrastructure Read more...
  4. Net Sales Up 11 Percent For Volvo CE Thanks To Solid Growth

    Net Sales Up 11 Percent For Volvo CE Thanks To Solid Growth Thanks to continuing high levels of investment in both infrastructure refurbishment and more sustainable products of the future, Volvo CE has increased its net sales by 11 percent. After several years of high demand for construction equipment in China, orders in the market there have declined by 26 percent as reduced government investments has led Read more...
  5. Cummins Joins Climate Action Groups Ahead Of COP26 Summit

    Cummins Joins Climate Action Groups Ahead Of COP26 Summit Cummins has been accepted into two influential groups advocating for climate action ahead of the global COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, starting October 31, 2021. The Business Ambition for 1.5°C campaign encourages companies to set robust emission reduction goals for greenhouse gases (GHGs) using science-based targets aligned to the Read more...
  6. Hitachi Introduces New Compact Wheel Loader To North American Market

    Hitachi Introduces New Compact Wheel Loader To North American Market Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders America has expanded its line of ZW-6 wheel loaders in North America with the upgrade of its compact model, the ZW100-6. Developed for use in a wide variety of applications — including landscaping; heavy construction; excavation work; water, sewer and pipeline construction; highway and road construction; and Read more...
  7. Volvo Launches World’s First Vehicle Made With Fossil-Free Steel

    Volvo Launches World’s First Vehicle Made With Fossil-Free Steel The machine, a load carrier, made with fossil-free steel, for use in mining and quarrying, was unveiled at a green steel collaboration event today, October 13, in Gothenburg hosted by Melker Jernberg, President of Volvo CE, and Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO Volvo Group. During the premiere, attendees got to see the world’s first machine Read more...
  8. JCB Unveils Its Tallest Telehandler, the Rotating 512-83R

    JCB Unveils Its Tallest Telehandler, the Rotating 512-83R JCB is going bigger and taller with its new eight-story-high rotating telehandler, the 512-83R, which it calls three machines in one. JCB says it can also serve as a crane or be equipped as an aerial work platform. The telehandler has a max lift height of 83 feet and a max lift capacity of 12,000 pounds. The company designed the machine for the Read more...
  9. Kobelco Produces Its 300,000th Excavator

    Kobelco Produces Its 300,000th Excavator Japanese manufacturer Kobelco Construction Machinery has produced its 300,000th hydraulic excavator to date. The Tokyo-based firm said it would not have achieved the milestone if were not for the support of its customers, and held a celebratory ceremony at its Itsukaichi factory in Hiroshima Prefecture to mark the occasion. Speaking at the event Read more...
  10. Volvo CE To Introduce Three More Electric Machines In 2022

    Volvo CE To Introduce Three More Electric Machines In 2022 Volvo CE is expanding its electric compact equipment lineup with three new models – two mini excavators and one wheel loader. The new models increase Volvo's electric lineup to five machines, the largest range of electric equipment on the market. The new machines are currently available to reserve in parts of Europe with expected delivery in Q2, Read more...

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