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Volvo Construction Equipment is the first to commit to going fully electric on two full ranges of compact equipment, with deliveries of the first production machines expected to begin in June 2021. For those looking to be among the...
Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has signed an agreement to divest the North American Blaw-Knox paver business and associated assets to leading asphalt equipment manufacturer Gencor Industries (Gencor). The Blaw-Knox business and associated assets will shift to Gencor, including the...
In early 2020, Anton Sedlmaier, from Starnberg in Bavaria, decided to purchase the 30-tonne impact crusher R1000S. The first location is a large-scale project in the center of Tutzing, where a 6-story Roche Group company building was razed to...
The latest Behind the Wheel webisode features the launch of CASE Construction Equipment’s “ProjectZeus” – the 580 EV is the construction industry’s first fully-electric backhoe loader. CNH Industrial is continuously pushing the boundaries of what is possible with clean energy...
South Africa hosts approximately one million delegates at business events every year, supporting over 250,000 jobs directly and indirectly. But with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, events have come to a standstill, affecting both the economy and the...
JCB has developed the construction industry’s first ever hydrogen powered excavator as it continues to lead the sector on zero and low carbon technologies. The 20-tonne 220X excavator powered by a hydrogen fuel cell has been undergoing rigorous testing at...
With intelligent Machine Control 2.0 Komatsu Europe is pleased to announce the launch of the new PC210LCi‐11, PC290LCi‐11 and PC290NLCi‐11 excavators with intelligent Machine Control 2.0.   (iMC 2.0). Building on the success of Komatsu’s iconic and pioneering fully factory‐integrated...
Electromobility is proving to be the catalyst for a new online way of selling machines. Mats Bredborg, Director Brand & Marketing Communications at Volvo CE, describes how ‘going digital’ is changing how OEMs interact with a new generation of...
The quartz market has witnessed a steady growth, and this trend is expected to continue. Analysts are forecasting a compound annual growth rate of over 4.5% in the next five years, driven by the increasing demand from the electronics industry....
Human’s design feats are undeniably incredible but we can still learn a lot by looking to nature. Volvo Construction Equipment take a look at some ingenious designs inspired by nature. 1. Shinkansen Train by Japan Railways Group 30 years ago, the...