In 2016 Prinroth launched its highly popular and productive crawler carrier, the Panther T14R. The company now aims to set a new standard by increasing the Panther’s speed and power, while adding a host of impressive new features designed to boost uptime and operator performance.
In September 2020, Taha Zahir from Kfar Quasem in Israel decided to expand its fleet with a second RM crusher, selecting a new RM 120X. The crusher unit processes C&D waste inside a closed hall with the aggregate produced used as road sub base. As processing takes place indoors, dust and noise emissions were key concerns for Taha Zahir.
Husqvarna Construction has announced that the HTC products, services and solutions are now fully integrated into the global Husqvarna Construction offering to the surface preparation industry. The introduction of the rebranded range, promoted under the tagline ‘The Orange Evolution’, is enhanced with the launch of brand new products.
bauma (Munich) has been postponed to autumn 2022 following discussions between Messe München, industry representatives and the advisory board, with the new dates being 24 to 30 October 2022. Due to the time needed for planning by exhibitors, attendees and organisers, the decision had to be made now, providing exhibitors and prospective visitors’ time to plan their participation.
The Doosan Infracore Europe presence at the Hillhead Digital event from 30-31 March 2021, included the first presentation in the UK of the company’s XiteCloud quarrying, mining and construction solution.
Brokk has introduced the new Brokk 900, which it says is the world’s largest and most powerful demolition robot. It builds upon and improves on the success of its predecessor, taking a big step up in power and performance. It comes in two models, the standard Brokk 900 and Brokk 900 ‘Rotoboom’ with a high precision rotating boom system.
Since 2015, the Wacker Neuson Group has continually expanded its range of electric-powered construction machines and equipment in the zero emission range, the use of which are said to save up to 93% percent of CO2 emissions compared to conventionally powered models.