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Terex Trucks, the Scottish articulated hauler manufacturer, has big plans for North America. The company wants to expand its already 35-strong North American dealer network, bringing its TA300 and TA400 machines to even more customers throughout the region.
Construction is big business in British Columbia right now, with lots of large-scale projects taking place across the region. That's why Terex Trucks has decided to strengthen its presence by signing a new dealer: RDM Equipment Sales and Rentals.
Terex Trucks has updated its TA300 articulated hauler with the introduction of a new and improved transmission. The 28-tonne (30-ton) workhorse will now incorporate the latest EP320 transmission from ZF as standard. This results in a 5% improvement in fuel efficiency, as well as enhanced performance and productivity, when compared to the previous model working in the same application. The new transmission comes with eight forward gears as well as four reverse gears, higher overall gear ratio spread, equal ratio steps between gears and optimized gear shifting with partial load shifts. All of this helps to ensure smoother gear shifting and thereby higher levels of operator comfort. The TA300 is also equipped with true independent front suspension as standard, further enhancing operator comfort and enabling excellent traction control and maximum productivity in the most challenging of conditions.
This year, the US construction industry is expected to grow by 5%, owing to positive trends in housing and large-scale infrastructure projects. It is also predicted that Canadian construction will increase by 4% in 2018. With this kind of growth on the horizon, it's no surprise that Terex Trucks is expanding its operations and has hired a new regional sales manager to cover the north eastern territory of the US and Canada.
Carnage sees contestants battling customized vehicles against each other in a series of challenging arenas. But they aren't just competing with each other, they also have to escape ‘The Pusher,' a heavily modified Terex Trucks 2766C articulated hauler from the late 1990s.
When it comes to the mining industry, the phrase ‘Everything is bigger in Texas' is most certainly true according to B-C Equipment Sales. With plentiful mineral resources, it is one of the main producers of cement, crushed stone, lime, salt, sand and gravel in America. It is also the leading crude oil and natural gas-producing state in the country. It is thereby no great surprise that construction equipment dealers do so well there. B-C Equipment Sales has been dominating the local market for the past 32 years, ever since Bill Lathrop and his wife Cathy decided to go into business together. With a reputation built on tradition and integrity, the family-run company has a customer network covering four major areas in South Texas: Corpus Christi, San Antonio, LaFeria and Laredo.
Rugged and versatile, articulated dump trucks are a popular piece of equipment for use in difficult and demanding conditions, from site prep to roadbuilding and aggregates production. ADTs are also benefiting from new and advancing technology intended to improve safety and efficiency. Our panel of experts provides details on the applications, design, technologies and choices in today's ADTs.
Robert Franklin has been appointed as interim Director of Sales and Marketing, Americas, at Terex Trucks. In his new position, Robert will be responsible for managing the company's sales and marketing team. With more than 25 years' experience in the construction industry, Robert's role will be to execute Terex Trucks' marketing strategy to grow the business and implement disciplines to drive interaction between dealers and customers.
Family-owned company Conco Quarries is using Terex Trucks' TR70 to increase productivity at its limestone mine in Willard, Missouri. Conco Quarries recently purchased Terex Trucks' 72-ton capacity rigid hauler, the TR70, for use at its Willard facility in Missouri. From soil conditioner to building material, toothpaste filler to decorative garden rocks, limestone has many uses. Found throughout the world, vast quantities of limestone are located in America's ‘Show Me State' - better known as Missouri. Two examples of such abundant deposits are owned by long-standing family business Conco Companies.
RECO Equipment has become Terex Trucks’ first dealer in North America to buy not one but two Generation 10 TA300 articulated haulers. The momentous sale, which took place in just under two minutes shortly before CONEXPO-CON/AGG, also saw the leading heavy equipment distributor purchase four 30.9 US ton capacity Generation 9 TA300s.
Terex Trucks’ parts are tried and tested to perform over prolonged periods. With the assurance that its parts can go the distance, and a seamless supplier-to-manufacturer-to-dealer relationship, Terex Trucks is launching its new extended two years or 6,000 hours warranty on all Factory-Approved parts at CONEXPO/CON-AGG.
Terex Trucks will deal a strong hand at CONEXPO-CON/AGG when it unveils the new standard in articulated haulers. The Scotland-based manufacturerwill offer North American customers three years of full machine warranty, three years planned maintenance, and three years telematics as standard. Available with ’ line of Generation 10 articulated haulers, the brand new initiative is the first of its kind for the manufacturer, and a further commitment to its belief in the reliability and quality of its products.
In a country that loves horsepower and motor racing in equal measure, Terex Trucks served up a double treat to coincide with this year’s MINExpo. The company officially launched its new Generation 10 series of articulated haulers in North America at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Guests were welcomed to the world-famous venue with a spectacular view of the Gen10 TA300 and TA400, which were lined up on the racetrack alongside some amazing supercars.