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Loading & Hauling

01 October 2008 | Loading & Hauling
Barr Group invest in Komatsu ADTs and wheel loaders equipped with the Komtrax machine tracking system Ayshire-based Barr Group have been supplying building materials to the construction industry...
01 October 2008 | Loading & Hauling
No one has remained untouched by the recent increases in energy prices, be it gas, electricity or general forecourt products. Many of the major investment traders, such as Goldman Sachs, have already...
01 February 2008 | Loading & Hauling
The use of RFID technology in fuel-management best practice By Kevin Taylor, managing director of Liquid Management Solutions Ltd The Stern Report listed ‘mining and quarrying’...
02 January 2008 | Loading & Hauling
Terex Construction focus on the right products, the right people and the right processesLast October Terex Corporation held a packed two-week programme of construction product presentations and...
Tagged in: Terex Construction
01 November 2007 | Loading & Hauling
Professional selection and operation of hydraulic excavatorsBy Dirk Tegtmeier, product manager, Terex O&KLoading equipment represents the first link in the chain of material flow in most quarry...
01 November 2007 | Loading & Hauling
Increased awareness about environmental protection and tighter legislation, such as the recently enforced REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals) Directive, have prompted...
01 November 2007 | Loading & Hauling
Is manufacturer repair and refurbishment of off-highway transmissions always best for the vehicle user? Mike Goatley of ZF’s Off-Highway Division makes the case, both from an economic and a safety...
Tagged in: ZFtransmissions
01 November 2007 | Loading & Hauling
The diesel engine is not ready to give up its dominance of the construction equipment industry quite yet – but it does have to share the limelight. Brian O’Sullivan examines developments...
03 July 2006 | Loading & Hauling
Earthline switch to Komatsu for their expanding recycling operations Wiltshire-based Earthline recognize the importance of plant and machinery to the success of their operation. Having...
01 June 2006 | Loading & Hauling
The successful range of large Liebherr wheel loaders, with tipping loads of over 15 tonnes, has been replaced by a newly developed 6th Generation range of 2plus2 machines. The L564, L574 and L580...
01 June 2006 | Loading & Hauling
Terex have completed their Generation 7 articulated dumptruck line-up with the introduction of their two heaviest machines, the TA35 and TA40, which feature an all-new centrally mounted operator’s...
01 June 2006 | Loading & Hauling
OTR Tyres offer some solutions to the worldwide supply shortageWith worldwide demand for earthmover tyres continuing to exceed supply, the global tyre shortage and escalating prices show no sign of...
Tagged in: tyresOTR Tyres
01 June 2006 | Loading & Hauling
In the Irish county of Westmeath, contractors Donal Walsh Dredging Ltd have recently added a New Holland E805 excavator – the first such machine in Ireland – to their fleet of equipment...
Tagged in: Dredging
01 March 2006 | Loading & Hauling
Introducing the latest models from the South Korean manufacturer Doosan Infracore recently staged an international construction equipment fair in South Korea where they showcased the latest...
01 August 2005 | Loading & Hauling
Caterpillar’s automated bucket-loading system helps improve bucket fill and cycle timesWith ever tightening margins and a shortage of skilled mobile plant operators, the challenge of increasing...
Tagged in: Caterpillar

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