PacWest Machinery is the latest company to join SDLG’s ever-expanding roster of dealers. The Seattle, Washington–based seller of construction equipment will begin offering the brand’s wheel loaders immediately. PacWest will also become a new distribution centre to facilitate the brand’s growth on the West Coast.
Subsite Electronics is helping put a focus on safety in underground utility jobsites with its support for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ (AEM) Utility Awareness Campaign. The AEM campaign aims to promote safety best practices and debunk common myths associated with underground utility installations.
The new 74-hp Bobcat T595 compact track loader features increased horsepower and performance for pushing or digging applications, without the need for operators to move up to a bigger machine.
Volvo Penta has collaborated with Sandvik Mining & Construction to develop an engine which is suitable for heavy-duty mining applications. The TAD1643VE-B, which was launched last month at Bauma, has now been unveiled as the new engine for the latest underground mining truck by Sandvik. The companies worked together after Sandvik turned to Volvo Penta for help in replacing existing 19-litre engines in its TH663 trucks.
FLO Components Ltd. has announced its new partnership with RPM Industries LLC to sell and install their complete product line of centralized fleet fluid maintenance systems, effective May 1, 2016. With the RPM Industries product line, FLO Components Ltd. has a complete range of engine pre-lubrication and fluid evacuation technologies that automate routine maintenance of heavy equipment to save owners and dealers time and money.
Maintenance time and costs are reduced with a new consolidated maintenance protocol for all Genie GS-scissor lift models and Genie GTH telehandler models in North America. Following updated procedures and simplified intervals, the new Genie maintenance instructions provide rental store owners the flexibility needed to keep their equipment on rent longer while making routine tasks a priority.
Superior Industries, Inc. launched a new set of standard designs for its portable processing plants including a Guardian Screen Plant, Twin Screw Wash Plant and Aggre-Dry Wash Plant. The standard features, including new elements exclusive to Superior, are designed to speed setup, improve processing efficiencies and reduce aggravating maintenance caused by inefficient designs.
Terex Corporation today announced that it has agreed with Konecranes Plc to mutually terminate the Business Combination Agreement (“BCA”) the companies entered into on August 10, 2015, without payment of a fee by either party.
Manitou presented Carl Girouard of Girouard Equipement in Victoriaville, Q.C. with the 2015 Manitou Top Dealer Award. This award is based on the overall sales performance for North American Manitou Dealers in 2015. Girouard Equipement was recognized and awarded for their top performance at the Manitou Americas corporate headquarters in West Bend, W.I., during the “Next Big Thing” new product introduction dealer event.
Kal Tire’s Mining Tire Group will be showcasing several of its newest innovations designed to help maximize tire life and productivity at the upcoming Electra Mining Africa and MINExpo exhibitions in September.
The new John Deere MyMaintenance mobile application takes preventative maintenance and repairs to the next level for construction maintenance managers. The app enables users to view and document maintenance intervals by calendar date or by machine engine hours right on the jobsite or in the workshop.
The PP 490 power pack is all an operator needs to run Husqvarna high-frequency equipment. It is designed to power almost all of the Husqvarna PRIME high frequency product range as well as the Husqvarna WS 482 HF wall saw, including when the wall saw is used with the CS 10 wire saw. Operators can accomplish more work with fewer pieces of equipment.
South Australian company IMP technologies (IMPTEC) have developed a super fine crusher that reduces comminution costs. The company is currently trialling a semi-commercial unit at Hallett Concrete in Adelaide, South Australia’s capital. The machine is being used to turn the waste from black sand or iron sand into a replacement for Portland cement. IMPTEC Director John Doherty said the crusher was a game-changing invention that could eventually be at the forefront of the industry.