Hyundai adds to A-series excavator range

Hyundai Construction Equipment is introducing a further two EU Stage V compliant A-Series crawler excavators, with the launch of the HX160A L and the HX180A L.

These mid-weight machines are powered by the latest Cummins diesel Continue reading “Hyundai adds to A-series excavator range”

Volvo brings first commercial electric vehicle to Asia

The ECR25 electric excavator from Volvo Construction equipment is being launched across Asia. The 2.5-tonne battery-powered compact excavator is the first electric machine by a major manufacturer to arrive in the Asian market – launching first in Korea with further rollout planned for China, Continue reading “Volvo brings first commercial electric vehicle to Asia”

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”

Manitou launches new ultra-compact telehandler

Manitou Group, a worldwide reference in handling, aerial lift platforms, and earthmoving, has unveiled its new ultra-compact telehandler model at a dedicated event. The launch confirms the group’s aim to offer its users ever more profitable and easy-to-use solutions.

Unique to the market

Dimensions of the new telehandler are among the most compact on the market with a width of just 1.49 m and a height of 1.92 m. This ultra- Continue reading “Manitou launches new ultra-compact telehandler”

Machinery OEMs withdraw shipments and presence from Russia

Amidst the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, OEMs including Caterpillar, John Deere, Komatsu, Hitachi and JCB have stopped exporting to Russia and Belarus, whilst both Caterpillar and John Deere have suspended their work with their Russian partners. Continue reading “Machinery OEMs withdraw shipments and presence from Russia”

HOW COMPANIES ARE RESPONDING TO THE WAR IN UKRAINE: A ROUNDUP

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 Mar 1, 2022, By  Katherine V. Smith

At this unprecedented moment, many companies and their employees are looking for direction. Keeping up “business as usual” seems difficult for many—especially for those with global teams and ties abroad. BCCCC is tapping our vast member community, gathering insights from companies launching matching gifts initiatives, addressing employee wellbeing, and more. We hope one or more of the following examples may prove helpful to anyone preparing to address the war for internal or external stakeholders. A running list of NPOs to which many are donating is also included at the bottom of this post. Continue reading “HOW COMPANIES ARE RESPONDING TO THE WAR IN UKRAINE: A ROUNDUP”