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ASV’s new heavy-duty attachments keep loaders busy all year
High-performance mulchers, snow attachments and a six-way dozer blade are designed for use on ASV’s MAX-Series RT-135F and RT-75HD Posi-Track loaders
7 high-flow attachments for your equipment
Hydraulic attachments help you get the job done by adding onto construction equipment you already have
Kubota’s new electronically controlled engine promises zero black smoke
The new D902-K makes model upgrades easy because it has the same external dimensions, air intake and exhaust positions, engine mount position and PTO as the current model
Hitachi unveils four electric excavators
New models are expected to be available worldwide after an initial introduction to the European market, perhaps as soon as mid 2023
VIDEO: Motor grader operating tips
YouTube’s Heavy Metal Learning walks us through the basics of the controls, blade maneuvering and driving in this essential road building machine
VIDEO: Bobcat introduces light compaction line
Nine machines - including rammers, forward and reversible plates and a trench compactor - are designed to meet the needs of construction, road work and landscaping pros
Interview: Cooperation in standardizing charging tech is key to electric adoption
Wacker Neuson exec says equipment manufacturers need to work together on charging technology to achieve widespread acceptance with consumers
John Deere invests again in 2026 electric power-train ambitions
Production expansion for Kreisel battery joint venture supports adding 20+ electric and hybrid construction and forestry models over four years
Bobcat introduces the E19e, its latest electric compact excavator
Like recently introduced electric models E10e and the E32e, Bobcat’s new E19e runs continuously for four hours on its lithium-ion battery pack and charges with a standard 120-volt outlet
Hyundai previews hydrogen-powered excavator concept
The only emission from the fuel cell stack is water, and experts say hydrogen might be an as-good or better alternative to diesel power than battery-electric solutions
Skanska gets $150-million contract to rehab Williamsburg Bridge in NYC
Work will be funded in part by the Biden Administration’s newly announced first round of Bridge Investment Program Grants revealed earlier this month
Forecast: Will there be a hard or soft landing for construction equipment sales?
It was another good year for global construction equipment sales in 2021, but a more pronounced downturn is in the forecast for 2023 and 2024
How to attract more young people to construction
The building trades are a solid career choice for those entering the work world, but the message is getting lost in the absence of effective education and mentorship programs
Kubota brings compact track loader production to Kansas
Grand opening of 750,000-square-foot factory is first step in launch of Kubota’s North American Construction Equipment design and manufacturing center
4 eccentric shafts make this compactor uniquely maneuverable
The Ammann eAPX 68/95 3D vibratory plate compactor’s electric drive system cuts maintenance and allows it to cut tight curves and make lateral movements
Bobcat cuts ribbon on its largest North American factory
600,000-square-foot expansion more than doubles North Carolina footprint and brings new manufacturing technology
Takeuchi’s launches new line of hydraulic hammers
Seven sound-suppressed hammers have been added to Takeuchi’s attachment program for compact track loaders and compact excavators 
John Deere’s new large wheel loaders offer tech advantages
All P-tier wheel loader models include technology options such as an Advanced Vision System and an Advanced Obstacle Detection System for improved visibility and situational awareness
John Deere upgrades GP motor graders with exclusive automation
Functions such as turning the grader around at the end of a pass or close control without using the inching pedal aim to make new or experienced more productive
BNSF to spend $1.5 billion building Barstow rail complex
First-of-its kind facility expected to create 20,000 direct and indirect jobs and reduce port and freeway congestion around the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach
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