All Haulers Articles

Doosan drops Moxy name on new generation ADTs
New 30 and 40 tonne Stage IIIB/Interim Tier 4 haulers unveiled, and company announces plans for 50 tonne version.
Cat’s new trucks, graders and scrapers
Caterpillar’s new ADTs, graders and scrapers are available in Europe with low emission engines
Gaining traction
New Volvo motor graders with a package of features to aid traction.
John Deere unveils monster truck
John Deere has used ConExpo-Con/Agg 2011 to launch the largest articulated dump truck (ADT) ever in its range, the 46 ton (41.7 tonne) 460E.
Global launch for next generation Volvo loaders and ADTs
Samoter will be the first public showing anywhere in the world for Volvo Construction Equipment's new generation of haulers and wheeled loaders.
Productivity gains in off-road haulers
Productivity and fuel efficiency are key selling points with haulers, but could training operators and improving working practices deliver even bigger savings?
Caterpillar lands massive Department of Defense order
US$ 641 million contract could see the supply of 900+ scrapers to the US Marine Corps and US Army.
Caterpillar launches new motor graders
Caterpillar has launched four new K Series motor graders to replace the existing standard H Series.
Adding Value: The latest product drivers within the haulers sector
Preparing for the next stage of engine emissions regulations remains the priority in hauler development. Enhancing machine productivity and fuel efficiency, while reducing operating costs is also a key focus. Becca Wilkins reports
Cat and Navistar move truck plans forward
Joint venture formed following June's memorandum of understanding on on-highway truck alliance.
The Panama Canal - Smooth operator
Driving one of Volvo's new A40E articulated haulers at the Panama canal expansion
Site report: Heidelberg Cement's Gurovo Beton quarry
Located in the Tula region, 130 km south of Moscow, the formerly state-run Gurovo Beton quarry is undergoing a complete modernisation following its acquisition by HeidelbergCement in late 2006. Richard High reports.
Joystick control
US-based VT Leeboy has launched its new 705 Motor Grader with joystick control. The right and left hand joysticks are built-in to the operator's chair and control all grader functions. The control console has a touch pad colour screen with basic instrumentation and menu-driven diagnostic capabilities.
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