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Game changing Furukawa breakers launched in Australia

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: The new Furukawa FXJ series hydraulic hammer features a completely new design that makes it more compact, more durable and stronger, according to Australian distributor Hyundai Construction Equipment. Hyundai’s Light Construction Market Development Specialist John Peagram said the launch of these new breakers into the Australian market would be a game […]

TEREX® TC37 MINI EXCAVATOR: A GIANT IN ITS FIELD

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: South Island contractor says a quality machine is a sound investment. Since 2011 Terex® equipment has been an integral part of the earthmoving equipment fleet of McDonough Contracting Ltd. “Our Terex TC37 mini excavator is a well designed and manufactured machine. Its superior build becomes very obvious when compared with equipment […]

Terex Trucks ‘stronger together’ as part of Volvo

Australian Earthmoving News: With a new name, new owner and a new commitment to customers, products and dealers, the new-look Terex Trucks remains committed to the long haul, says MD Paul Douglas. The newly-named Terex Trucks is committed to its customers, products and dealers, claims the company’s longstanding managing director Paul Douglas in a confident […]

Harrybilt Engineering continues growth path

Harrybilt Engineering & Welding Services, specialists in the design and manufacture of , Rail Maintenance and sleeper handling equipment, will now stock a range of Doherty couplers and attachments, allowing them to deliver a wider range of products and services to all customers. Having worked closely with Doherty Couplers & Attachments for the past five […]

Conplant hot for Ammann Rammax infrared technology

Conplant hot for Ammann Rammax infrared technology

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News:   Conplant’s newest addition to their hire and sales fleet, the Rammax 1575 articulated trench roller sets new standards with the improved placement of dual receivers for its infrared remote control system. The specifically engineered new hood shapes are designed for smooth reception, constant connection and no dead spots. The improvements […]

Kennards Hire – Lift & Shift and Pacific Hoists offer Australian first

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Long-time partners and market leaders, Kennards Hire – Lift & Shift and Pacific Hoists, are set to offer the Australian materials handling industry a ground breaking and innovative new technology. cover samsung custodia Available through Kennards Hire – Lift & Shift, the German made J.D. Neuhaus Air Hoist now features an […]

Tips on choosing the best wheel loader for your operation

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Wheel loaders are an essential part of the fleet for organisations like councils or waste management facilities, but choosing the right model can be challenging, according to Greg Sealey, National Product Manager, Materials Handling Manager for JCB Construction Equipment Australia. “There are many factors to consider when choosing a wheel loader […]

Allmand shines on CAPS Australia with expanded range

Allmand shines on CAPS Australia with expanded range

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News:   Companies requiring temporary lighting for a variety of open-air applications such as events, civil construction and open-cut mining now have access to an expanded range of lighting towers from Compressed Air and Power (CAPS) Australia. CAPS has strengthened its relationship with world-leading lighting tower technology pioneer, Allmand, to further expand […]

Waste not; want not – 200T of organic materials reclaimed every week

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News:   Bunbury-Harvey Regional Council in WA is using a JCB 436 HT Wheel Loader to process more than 200 tonnes of organic waste per week as part of a new initiative diverting compostable waste away from landfill. The project, launched in the City of Bunbury and recently extended to include the […]

Sumitomo Dash 6 Excavators know where they’re going

For some time now, drivers of conventional motor vehicles have had the luxury of satellite navigation systems assisting people with navigation around cities and even countries to some extent. Realising that the same technology could be beneficial to their fleet of excavators, Sumitomo has installed remote monitoring on all Sumitomo Dash 6 excavators introduced into […]

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