New wheeled loaders from John Deere

Original equipment manufacturer John Deere has launched three new L-Series utility wheeled loaders, the 524L, 544L and 624L.

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The new 624L wheel loader

The L-Series machines are said to incorporate several new features, including improved cabs, electrohydraulic (EH) loader controls for easier operation and redesigned near-parallel linkage, and enhanced performance buckets. Continue reading “New wheeled loaders from John Deere”

The future of earth-moving equipment

Earthmoving equipment is a staple of the construction industry, with a whole host of different machinery being used on earthmoving projects. This feature focuses specifically on excavators, rollers, backhoe loaders and the machine control used on these machines.

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Excavators being used in earthmoving projects need to be able to operate in all kinds of conditions

The world’s biggest original equipment manufacturer for the construction industry by sales revenue, Caterpillar, has recently launched two new 30 ton (27.2 tonne) next generation excavators – the 330 and 330 GC.

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John Deere and Wacker Neuson team up

John Deere is entering into a strategic supplier agreement with Wacker Neuson to initially provide compact excavators in China, Southeast Asia, and Oceania.

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John Deere has partnered with Wacker Neuson

The models will range from 1.7-7.5 tons (1.5 tonnes-6.8 tonnes) and are specifically designed and manufactured for customers in the growing Asia-Pacific marketplace.

The objective of the partnership is said to be long-term collaboration in key growth markets. Continue reading “John Deere and Wacker Neuson team up”

Deere complete acquisition of Wirtgen Group

John DeereDEERE Company (John Deere) have completed their €4.6 billion acquisition of the Wirtgen Group, the world’s leading manufacturer of road construction equipment.
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Deere to acquire Wirtgen Group for €4.6 billion

US  machinery giant aiming to establish leadership position in road construction equipment

Deere to acquire Wirtgen Group for €4.6 billionDEERE & Company (John Deere), the Illinois-based agricultural equipment manufacturers, have signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Wirtgen Group for €4.357 billion in cash. Including debt and other considerations, the total enterprise value for the deal is €4.6 billion (US$5.2 billion). Continue reading “Deere to acquire Wirtgen Group for €4.6 billion”