Liebherr adds “game changer” large crawler crane to portfolio

Liebherr has unveiled its latest crawler crane with the slogan ‘Game changer for tomorrow’s energy’ – the LR 12500-1.0 with a capacity of 2,500 tonnes supplements the portfolio below the LR 13000. The design of the Continue reading “Liebherr adds “game changer” large crawler crane to portfolio”

Case announces new E-Series crawler excavator range

Seven new models from 13 to 30-tonne have been announced in Case Construction Equipment’s new E-Series crawler excavator range – the CX130E, CX160E, CX180E, CX210E, CX240E, CX250E, and CX300E.

The range is powered by new FPT Industrial (FPT) Stage V engines, features enhanced cab design and operator experience, improved hydraulics’ controls and settings, machine structure, undercarriage, and a new full Continue reading “Case announces new E-Series crawler excavator range”

Liebherr presents new compact loader series

Liebherr has announced the overhaul of its compact loaders – first debuted in 2013 – and expanded the series with the L 504 model. Continue reading “Liebherr presents new compact loader series”

Doosan DX50Z, DX55R and DX100W-7 can now be ordered

As announced by Doosan EU on December 17th, 2021:

DX50Z, DX55R and DX100W-7 are now available for ordering!

From 15th December, you can place orders for the new DX50Z, DX55R, and Continue reading “Doosan DX50Z, DX55R and DX100W-7 can now be ordered”

Hyundai Europe launched new wheeled excavator series

Hyundai Construction Equipment has unveiled a completely new line of A-Series wheeled excavators, powered by EU Stage V diesel engines. The four machines, with operating weights of 14-23 tonnes, feature low emission Continue reading “Hyundai Europe launched new wheeled excavator series”

The digitisation of construction

The pressure on the construction industry is not going away anytime soon – quite the opposite, in fact. Due to growing population growth and urbanisation (the ratio of the world’s population living in urban environments is expected to increase from 55% in 2018 to 68% by 2050) Continue reading “The digitisation of construction”