LBX Company LLC raised $51,000 in support of the American Heart Association's (AHA) annual "Life is Why We Give campaign. LBX made a commitment to donate $500 for every Link-Belt excavator, forestry machine or material handler retailed in February in North America. This is the third year that LBX has participated as a national supporter of the campaign. LBX has committed to support this program through 2021.
|Address||2004 Buck Lane, Lexington, KY, 40511, US|
LBX Company has introduced two new models for the U.S. and Canada: the Link-Belt 250 X4 Material Handler (MH) and the 250 X4 Scrap Loader/handler (SL). Both feature an electronically-controlled 177 horsepower Isuzu engine that meets EPA Final Tier 4 requirements, without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF).
LBX Company recently broke ground on a 25-acre tract of land in Lexington, Kentucky for its Customer Experience Center, intended to highlight the company's products, innovations and technologies for the future.
LBX Company LLC, makers of Link-Belt excavators, forestry machines, demolition and scrap/material handling equipment, recently announced the opening of an Equipment Sales and Service Limited (ESS) branch in Calgary, Alberta. ESS has been a Link-Belt excavators dealer since September 1978.
LBX Company LLC, makers of Link-Belt Excavators, Forestry Machines, Demolition and Scrap/Material Handling Equipment, is pleased to announce the opening of an Equipment Sales and Service Limited (ESS) branch in Calgary, Alberta. ESS has been a Link-Belt excavators dealer since September 1978.
Link-Belt 2D grade control technology improves productivity and accuracy of 210 X4 hydraulic excavator
LBX Company is offering two factory-installed grade control technology options for North American 210 X4 customers. The Link-Belt 2D Machine Guidance (MG) system provides an operator with visual and audible indication when they are above, below or at their desired target grade. The Link-Belt 2D Machine Control (MC) system provides the operator with not only visual and audible indication when they are above, below or at their target grade, but can also control the boom and bucket while the operator controls the speed of the stick to maintain a consistently smooth flat or sloping surface. The 2D MG and 2D MC options enable operators to increase their productivity by up to 50 percent by providing them with the information they need and the functionality they've never had before.
LBX Company announces the Link-Belt 350 X4 LF (Long Front) excavator for the US and Canada. The X4 Series features innovative EPA Final Tier 4 engines from Isuzu that strike the ultimate balance between power, productivity and fuel efficiency. You will experience up to 8% improved fuel economy in the base machine, with the added benefit of no costly diesel particulate filters (DPF) to maintain or replace. This machine is the only factory-built long-reach excavator available in this size range. Three engine modes provide reliable power and control for any machine application. Choose Speed Priority (SP mode) to get jobs done quickly, Heavy (H mode) for the best blend of power and fuel savings or Applied Power (A mode), with 13 different RPM settings for precise control of heavy lifting, fine grading or leveling work.
LBX Company LLC has announced its renewed relationship with DLL as a preferred financing partner throughout North America. DLL has a longstanding history with LBX and its dealer network, having provided comprehensive retail and wholesale financing support dating back to 2003. The program officially launched in the United States on August 4, 2016 and is expected to kick off in Canada on September 1, 2016.
Next Generation Link-Belt 210 X4 excavator delivers with 9 percent faster cycle time than its predecessor
LBX Company has announced the Link-Belt 210 X4 excavator for the U.S. and Canada, featuring an electronically controlled 160-hp Isuzu engine that meets EPA Tier 4 Final requirements, without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF). The mid-size 210 X4 is easy to transport and nimble enough to take on a variety of tasks, such as excavating foundations, placing pipe, stockpiling overburden, trenching, road building and truck loading.
Lawrence Knapp saw the light soon after the government of Ontario introduced programs to encourage solar development in 2009. He quickly went to work building a new equipment fleet to provide specialized construction services to solar operators.