Construction Equipment

  1. Canada’s Equipment Rental Revenue Forecast Improves for 2019

    Canada’s Equipment Rental Revenue Forecast Improves for 2019 Revenue from equipment rental in Canada is expected to grow 2.1 per cent to reach about $5.5 billion in 2019, according to the ARA (American Rental Association). The ARA updates its five-year equipment rental forecast every quarter. The latest Canadian projection, released on Aug. 19, represents a $200 million increase from the projected $5.3 Read more...
  2. John Deere Delivers 3 New L-Series Wheel Loaders

    John Deere Delivers 3 New L-Series Wheel Loaders John Deere is introducing three new production class L-Series wheel loaders designed to match operator comfort with machine power. The new 744L, 824L and 844L wheel loaders are equipped with a roomier cab, new electrohydraulic (EH) controls and an improved HVAC system, for improved comfort and productivity. “Our customers work day in and day Read more...
  3. John Deere Iinvites Operators to get Comfortable in the Powerful New L-Series Wheel Loaders

    John Deere Iinvites Operators to get Comfortable in the Powerful New L-Series Wheel Loaders Designed for the toughest and most demanding work sites, the new John Deere Class Production Class L-Series wheel loaders offer customers the power and comfort they need on the job. Three models – including the 744L, 824L and 844L– are equipped with a roomier cab, new electrohydraulic (EH) controls and an improved HVAC system, resulting in Read more...
  4. Stellar Used Equipment Market Softens … a Bit. Here’s What’s Hot and What’s Not.

    Stellar Used Equipment Market Softens … a Bit. Here’s What’s Hot and What’s Not. Although the used equipment market has been steady, it doesn’t mean there won’t be softer prices ahead, especially compared with 12 months ago. “It’s still a strong market, even though it’s not as good as last year,” says Michael Cole with Cole Equipment, a used equipment dealer in Ada, Oklahoma. “The low-hour machines will still Read more...
  5. Komatsu's Proactive Dozing Control Logic is Integrated 100 Percent of the Time for Boost in Productivity

    Komatsu's Proactive Dozing Control Logic is Integrated 100 Percent of the Time for Boost in Productivity Industry-first helps operators deliver precision work Komatsu America Corp. recently introduced its Proactive Dozing Control logic, a fully integrated dozing control system that allows operators to perform auto-stripping, auto-spreading and high-production dozing, as well as finish grading. Available on the Komatsu D51EXi-24, D51PXi-24, D61EXi-24 Read more...
  6. New Dachser Facility in Neumunster

    New Dachser Facility in Neumunster The logistics provider Dachser is starting the construction of a new branch in Neumünster in the far north of Germany. Dachser is building a transit terminal for industrial goods and food at Isarstrasse on the industrial estate south of Neumünster. This investment is worth some EUR 17.4 million. Construction is expected to be completed by the Read more...
  7. 10,000 Excavators Produced by Kobelco India

    10,000 Excavators Produced by Kobelco India Kobelco Construction Equipment India has announced that the company has produced 10,000 hydraulic excavators at their local factory in India. The subsidiary of Kobelco Construction Machinery (KCM) recently held a ceremony to celebrate the occasion. In anticipation of growth in demand in India, KCM commenced operation of the local factory in Sri Read more...
  8. Push, Grade Dig and More with these 10 Earthmoving Attachments

    Push, Grade Dig and More with these 10 Earthmoving Attachments Dymax Pushout Buckets are designed for fast truck loading. Two heavy-duty hydraulic cylinder rams eject material from the bucket to speed cycle times and increase efficiency. The buckets’ smooth operation also leads to less wear and tear on the wheel loader or toolcarrier and on the operator, the company says. The buckets push out all material, Read more...
  9. Doosan’s New Crawler Excavator Simplifies Transportation

    Doosan’s New Crawler Excavator Simplifies Transportation Doosan Infracore North America is expanding its excavator lineup with the new 17-tonne DX170LC-5 crawler excavator. The new model size allows for easier transportation, especially for small- to mid-size contractors who perform light excavation projects, such as digging residential basements or commercial building footings. The crawler excavator Read more...
  10. Doosan Intros 19-ton DX170LC-5 Excavator for Easier Transport, High Performance

    Doosan Intros 19-ton DX170LC-5 Excavator for Easier Transport, High Performance Doosan’s new 19-ton DX170LC-5 crawler excavator is designed for easier hauling from job-to-job by reducing the need for a special transport permit, the company says. Doosan had small to mid-size contractors in mind when adding the new model, which is geared toward handling such jobs as residential basements and commercial-building footings. Read more...

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