John Deere (NYSE: DE) today announced it has agreed with Hitachi Construction Machinery to end the Deere-Hitachi joint venture manufacturing and marketing agreements. John Deere and Hitachi will enter into new license and supply agreements, which will enable John Deere to continue to source, manufacture, and distribute the current lineup of Deere-branded excavators in the Americas.
LOGISTEC Stevedoring Inc (LOGISTEC), a dry bulk terminal operator at the Port of Montreal, Canada, has ordered an eco-efficient Konecranes Gottwald Model 7 Mobile Harbor Crane to improve their technology and eco-efficiency in material handling. The order was booked in June 2021. The crane will be delivered in October and used to handle dry bulk cargo such as scrap metal.
For Roland Mikschl, the managing director of the Aichach-based crane service provider of the same name, a fleet without City cranes is utterly inconceivable: “That’s why we’re now replacing our AC 40 with its new and even better successor, the AC 45 City.
The last 18 months has seen businesses across all sectors embrace the power of technology when it comes to staying connected with customers and colleagues. And for Volvo Construction Equipment, the construction site is no different.
The first 8.5-tonne class Hyundai HX85A midi excavator in the UK has been delivered to a long-standing Hyundai customer, N G Plant based in North Yorkshire, this eye-catching new machine also features a custom green livery direct from the factory.