Wacker Neuson to give all-access tour of equipment at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
Company's booth will feature four music-themed "stages" that correspond to various equipment applications
Wacker Neuson's CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 show theme, ALL ACCESS TOUR, features new and traditional products that encompass the company's full line of construction equipment. The music festival layout of the booth features four music genre stages designed to play well with the CONEXPO-CON/AGG theme, "The only heavy metal show you need to see."
Playing at the ROCK stage are the ET90 and ET145 excavators, designed for high performance digging. Show attendees will also see Wacker Neuson's mini track dumpers, for small material handling and larger wheeled dumpers, designed to transport material across the jobsite and rugged terrain. Also performing on the ROCK stage are Wacker Neuson's ride-on rollers, trench roller and soil compactor.
Rammers, plates, heaters and generators will be headliners for the SOUL stage. Lighting the way will be the newest LTV4K compact light tower with LED lamps and the wide-body, vertical mast LTW20Z1 light tower.
Landscapers will be interested in the products headlining the COUNTRY stage. Visitors can learn about the skid steers, excavators, telehandlers, dumpers and the newest wheel loader, the WL95. This articulated wheel loader can load, move and place material effectively, while keeping the operator comfortable in the large cab.
Wacker Neuson's newest excavator, the ET42, will be in display at the TECHNO stage. Also new to the market is the EW65 wheeled excavator with a triple boom. The triple boom offers increased digging area through an extended digging range allowing the operator to reach farther, dig closer to the blade and reach under the machine when needed.
Finally, the ALL ACCESS TOUR showcases the design of Wacker Neuson skid steers and compact track loaders. These loaders provide service accessibility and a cab design that allows operators to easily enter, see and reach everything they need to get the job done.