All Haulers Articles

Earthmoving: Standing out from the crowd
Katherine Weir looks at the latest designs and technological advancements in earthmoving equipment
Eco drive for FM Conway
FM Conway invests £7 million in new Euro Six standard vehicles
JCB starts production of site dumpers
JCB 7T-1 Front Tip Hi-Viz model will be first of new range launched, after ending third-party agreement with Terex
Volvo launches own range of rigid haulers
Volvo CE to enter the rigid hauler market with a complete Volvo-branded range
Cat stock rises following Pentagon deal
Caterpillar wins a US$663 million contract for construction equipment from the US defence department
Volvo’s 75,000th
The 75,000th articulated hauler has been produced by Volvo CE at same factory as first model 51 years ago
Chinese grader makers need export focus
The Chinese market is set to enjoy a second successive year of growth in 2017, but the long-term health of the industry will hang on manufacturers’ ability to export, rather than the strength of the domestic market, according to Off-Highway Research
Road building drives Indian grader sales
Sales of motor graders in India are expected to rise 24 percent over the next five years, according to Off-Highway Research
Bell Equipment expands in South America
Three new dealers appointed with own rental fleets as well as direct sales
In for the long haul
Deciding which brand of hauler will best suit a job can be testing for a contractor. When the choice extends to rigid or articulated body, the complexities escalate
Record new scraper
K-Tec introduces 27.7 cubic metre capacity ADT-towed scraper for large scale earthmoving
Terex Trucks one year on
Last June Volvo completed its acquisition of Terex Trucks, the US-owned, UK-based manufacturing business making articulated and rigid frame off-highway haulers. A year on from the deal, how has life had changed under the new owner?
Feature: Off-highway haulers
New engine legislation means manufacturers are updating their entire ranges of haulers. This is helping to improve fuel efficiency and it is seeing features such as payload measurement becoming more widespread.
Heavy truck focus for Bell
Launch of lighter range of ADTs at Intermat 2012 will be followed by the unveiling of the Stage IV prototype B50E this year
JCB to launch site dumper range
JCB will launch a range of 1 to 10 tonne capacity site dumpers in February thanks to an OEM supply agreement with Terex
JCB to supply engines to Terex
Ecomax power units to be fitted in UK-made 6 tonne site dumpers
Caterpillar scraper milestone
Company’s 75,000th wheeled tractor scraper rolls of the production line at Decatur factory.
Hinowa showcases new tracked dumper
Samoter introduction for TX2500 Traxporter, featuring 2,500kg capacity as well as 180° rotation and tilting
Breaking the mould in the haulers sector
There have been a lot of changes in the haulers sector over the last 12 months, from a market-transforming merger, to new engines and another 60 tonne ADT prototype.
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