Following the global success of its MDX range and the recent launch of its 3.5-tonne variant, the 3.5MDX that have set site dumpers standards in terms of safety, comfort, and performances, Mecalac has announced a series of major evolutions to its site dumper portfolio. The first will see all new six-tonne 6MDX and nine-tonne 9MDX models, fitted with optional state-of-the-art hydrostatic transmission. The second evolution concerns the availability of the ROPS (Roll-Over Protective Structure) foldable roll bar, making the cabin optional on these new models.
Sweden's first battery-powered wheel loader, the L25 Electric from Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE), is now on site at Solna Trädgårdsanläggning landscaping services to help create beautiful gardens, quietly and emission-free.
Konecranes has won a contract with South Carolina Ports to supply 12 Rubber Tire Gantry (RTG) retrofit hybrid power packs, a milestone contract for new technology that offers significant carbon emission reductions and lower operating costs – without compromising performance.
Doosan Infracore Europe has launched the new DX140W-7 and DX160W-7 Stage V compliant wheeled excavators. These new ‘-7’ models provide significantly higher performance in every area than the previous generation Stage IV machines.
In northwest Romania, CASE Construction Equipment is forming the backbone of operations all year round at Salina Ocna Dej, where dozens of wheel loaders and crawler excavators are boosting efficiency and improving safety at the salt mine – both underground and at the surface level.
Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) today announced that Autodesk Build, the project management and field execution solution of Autodesk Construction Cloud, is now being used on over 8,000 active customer projects across the globe since being made available in February 2021.
Stéphane Poullard is Chairman of the business that bears the family name, founded by his father, Alain Poullard, in 1979. The company is based in Lèves in the Eure-et-Loir region of France, a few kilometres from Chartres.
Retail sales of construction and earthmoving equipment showed further strong growth in June, and were 75% ahead of the levels seen in the same month last year, when sales were still recovering from the impact of the first lockdown.