Bobcat will present several new products for the first time at this year’s Hillhead exhibition at Hillhead Quarry in the UK, 21-23 June. These will include models from the company’s new R-Series telehandler range, R2-Series of mini-excavators, and the L85, the first model in the company’s Continue reading “New Bobcat vehicles to appear at Hillhead”
Access International enthuses about the key telehandler markets of North America and Europe, where the focus has been on the rapid introduction of new products and technologies.
Variations in standards for telehandlers in North America and Europe, along with their distinct design differences, create challenges for
Bobcat has launched the company’s new L23 and L28 small articulated loaders (SALs), offering high lift capacities in confined spaces, ease-of-use with simple intuitive controls and low ground disturbance for working on any terrain. The new SALs continue Bobcat’s expansion in the compact Continue reading “Bobcat launches new range of small articulated loaders”
With the launch of the new S550 and S590 models, Bobcat has completed the company’s M-series range of Stage V compliant skid-steer and compact track loaders.
Like the S450, S510 and S530 skid-steer and T450 and T590 compact track loaders launched earlier this year, the S550 and S590 combine compact Continue reading “Bobcat completes new M-series loader range”
Bobcat has completed its range of telehandlers with the addition of the 8m TL43.80HF and 7m TL30.70 models.
Innovation is the buzzword for attachments manufacturers, with many creating new ways to make their products as adaptable as possible while also improving the safety and comfort of operators.
Daniele Paciotti, product manager at Bobcat Attachments Europe, Middle East & Asia (EMEA), said, “With the increasing versatility of excavators comes the increased frequency of changing attachments.
“Switzerland is pioneering the trend for Continue reading “Attachments: Working from all angles”
17 April 2018
Almost one out of every four construction machines sold in Western Europe last year was a mini excavator, according to market intelligence and forecasting company Off-Highway Research, making them by far the most popular type of construction equipment in the region in unit terms. Continue reading “Mini excavators: a mini romance”