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Wacker Neuson to display greatest hits and new products on the Festival lot at CONEXPO

Concert-themed booth to showcase new excavators, skid steers, wheel loaders and dumpers

Wacker Neuson ST50 compact track loader

Wacker Neuson's booth will bring a concert theme to the Festival lot at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020. The company calls its display "an exciting playlist of products and services."

At the classic rock and soul stages Wacker Neuson will show its greatest hits that have been performing on jobsites for over 60 years. 

On the country stage the company will showcase material handling equipment for landscape and site prep work. 

Wacker Neuson invites attendees to get unplugged at its tech stage where it will display its newest battery-operated equipment. 

Each of these stages will feature new and traditional products that encompass the company's full line of construction equipment. New products will include excavators, skid steers, wheel loaders and dumpers.

Company info

N92 W15000 Anthony Avenue
Menomonee Falls, WI
US, 53051-1504

Website:
wackerneuson.com

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