Wacker Neuson Corporation

1300 E Mt Garfield Rd
Norton Shores, MI
US, 49441

About Wacker Neuson

Wacker Neuson – all it takes!  Wacker Neuson offers customers worldwide the promise of a comprehensive range of construction and compact equipment, spare parts, and related services. This includes internal and external vibrators for concrete compaction; trowels and screeds for concrete finishing; rammers, vibratory plates and rollers for soil compaction; demolition products and saws; lighting; generators; pumps; and heaters; as well as compact construction equipment, including excavators, wheel loaders, telehandlers, skid steer and compact track loaders, and dumpers. Wacker Neuson has earned its leading market position through an unwavering commitment to customers, as well as the reliability, performance, and innovation of its products. With corporate sales and service organizations in more than 35 countries, nine plants around the world, and an extensive dealer network, Wacker Neuson has a broad global presence in the construction, agriculture, landscaping, oil and gas, and municipal industries. In addition, Wacker Neuson provides solutions and services, such as financing, that meet the diverse requirements of its customers

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Wacker Neuson introduces its largest wheel loader

The WL95 is built for performance and operator comfort. The variable hydrostatic transmission provides excellent traction and high travel speeds (12.4 mph).

Material handling takes on a new dimension with Wacker Neuson's newest wheel loader, the WL95.  The new 2-yard articulated wheel loader is the company's first heavy-duty model to be introduced in this size class and is the largest in Wacker Neuson's extensive fleet of wheel loaders.  The WL95 offers performance with a high payload that allows operators to load, move and place more material efficiently.

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Wacker Neuson launches a Certified Pre-owned Equipment Program

The CPO equipment is inspected and reconditioned by Wacker Neuson certified dealers. As the dealer works through the machine components, they are tested, repaired or replaced as needed to ensure it is in top quality condition and brought up to the latest standards prior to being sold.

Wacker Neuson's new Certified Pre-owned (CPO) equipment program takes used equipment to a new level. The CPO program allows end users to purchase premium products at an affordable price with the same confidence as if purchasing a new piece of equipment.

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Wacker Neuson crowns 2019 Trowel Challenge competition winner

Hundreds of show attendees watched Manuel Vasquez Flores navigate the 2019 Wacker Neuson Trowel Challenge course at the World of Concrete, January 25, 2019 in Las Vegas. Flores’ ride-on trowel operating skills out-paced over 100 other participants in the popular competition.

Wacker Neuson once again held its popular Trowel Challenge competition at the 2019 World of Concrete, January 22–26 in Las Vegas. As the competition has continued to gain loyalty, many familiar faces returned to compete for the grand prize, a Wacker Neuson eight-foot CRT48-37V ride-on trowel. Over 100 operators from around the world competed for the fastest time as they maneuvered through the tight turns of the 1,750-square-foot course.

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Wacker Neuson Series II large-frame skid steers and compact track loaders offer excellent maintenance access and operator comfort

These machines are engineered to be user-friendly with a simple, open design and efficient layout that requires less time on daily service checks and more time on the job.

Wacker Neuson is launching its Series II large frame skid-steer and compact track loaders to the market in early 2019. The new SW24, SW28, ST35 and ST45 offer the latest enhanced cab design and service accessibility. As the big brother to the company's medium frame line, the machines offer parts commonality and contractors a proven design on the jobsite.

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Wacker Neuson launches construction equipment technician apprenticeship program

“The program is intended to act as a funnel for qualified technicians into our dealer network,” explains Jake Gaylord, technical training manager for Wacker Neuson and author of the program.

Wacker Neuson has announced a unique apprenticeship program to help fill the growing need for qualified machine technicians in the construction industry. Wacker Neuson has teamed up with the State of Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) to create an apprenticeship program that allows students to "earn as they learn."  The program combines work-based learning with related classroom instruction using the highest industry standards, knowledge base and technology.

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John Deere and Wacker Neuson enter into strategic supplier agreement for compact excavators

As demand for John Deere construction equipment increases around the globe, the Moline-based manufacturer is entering into a strategic supplier agreement with Wacker Neuson to initially provide compact excavators in China, Southeast Asia and Oceania. The models will range from 1.7 to 7.5 tons (1,700 to 7,500 kg) and are specifically designed and manufactured for customers in the growing Asia-Pacific marketplace. The objective of the partnership is long-term collaboration in key growth markets.

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Wacker Neuson reports record revenue through first six months of 2018

Wacker Neuson reports record revenue through first six months of 2018

The Wacker Neuson Group reported a marked rise in revenue and earnings during the first six months of 2018. Revenue for the first half of 2018 rose 8 percent to a new record high of EUR 825 million (H1/17: EUR 764 million). Adjusted for currency effects, this corresponds to an increase of 12 percent. Revenue growth was driven primarily by continued high levels of demand in the construction market and strong performance in the European agricultural sector. Bottlenecks among some suppliers prevented machines from being completed for customer orders and this had a dampening effect. Furthermore, unfavorable currency developments, in particular the US dollar's weakness against the euro, resulted in negative translation effects. 

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Record revenue for Wacker Neuson in Q1/18 primarily driven by rising demand in European and North American construction markets

Record revenue for Wacker Neuson in Q1/18 primarily driven by rising demand in European and North American construction markets

New record high for revenue in Q1/18
The Wacker Neuson Group says that they started the year strong with revenue for the first quarter of 2018 increasing by more than 9 percent to EUR 371 million (Q1/17: EUR 339 million). All regions and business segments reported a rise in revenue. This growth was primarily driven by continued rising demand in European and North American construction markets as well as strong performance from the Weidemann and Kramer brands in the agricultural sector. When adjusted for currency effects, revenue increased at an even faster pace of 14 percent relative to the previous year. Negative currency developments, in particular the U.S. dollar's weak performance against the euro, resulted in translation effects, which impacted revenue in the amount of EUR –16 million. The current strained situation among some suppliers is proving a challenge for manufacturers of construction and agricultural equipment, with bottlenecks among suppliers delaying deliveries to customers. 

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Wacker Neuson crowns new Trowel Challenge competition winner at World of Concrete

Derek Gromacki, PJ Dick, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, navigates one of the tight turns at the 2018 Wacker Neuson Trowel Challenge. This year’s course was reconfigured to show off the competitor’s precision finishing skills as well as speed.

Wacker Neuson's Trowel Challenge was once again held at  World of Concrete and continued its tradition as an exciting and tightly matched competition. Over 100 operators from around the world competed on the reconfigured course that required operators to show off their precision operating skills, as well as speed, when they navigated tight turns through the 1,750-square-foot course. 

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