When you're hauling 47,000 tons of ore each day, you need capacity to keep everything running smoothly. That's what two new Volvo A60H articulated haulers are currently doing for the Pogo Mine in Alaska. They turned to the world's first 60-ton articulated truck because they're able to easily climb the four-mile-long, 12- to 14-degree gradient road to the Pogo dry-dump each day. And operators stay comfortable and productive with all-wheel, fully-independent suspension, impressive visibility, and cabs that keep them comfortable in the harshest weather conditions. Learn more about Volvo A60H articulated haulers and what they could mean to your operation.
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