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The tragic incident in which a container ship collided with a support column of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore has featured in headlines across the globe, not only for the loss of life but also due to...
With Australia’s population expected to increase by 24 per cent by 2034, the infrastructure sector is seeing huge, ongoing growth – a boom that is expected to last for at least the next 15 years. With so many infrastructure...
Kuhn Farm Machinery has added the Agri-Longer GII to its range of hedge and grass cutting equipment. Positioned as a compact ‘go-anywhere’ farmer-owned and amenity sector machine, the Agri-Longer GII has a straight arm format with the main boom structure...
Contamination, even by particles too small to see, costs money. Whether that cost comes from low productivity, increased maintenance work, or component failures, contaminants can cause serious damage to machinery. Dan Ware, Manager - Customer Support SEQ at Hastings Deering...
In 1995 Case IH became the first manufacturer to introduce precision farming technology to the market with the launch of Advanced Farming Systems (AFS), and 25 years on a new AFS product is earning the praise of farmers and...
Dewulf, full-liner in potato and root crop machinery, announces the SC 360 cultivator. This 3.6 m wide machine can be mounted at the front or back of the tractor. Following the previously introduced SC 300 and SC Compact, this...
CNH Industrial announced the following updates on the $250 million investment, made through its IVECO commercial vehicle segment, in Nikola Corporation as a consequence of the completion, on June 3, 2020, of the previously announced merger between VectoIQ Acquisition...
There is no denying that heavy machinery is used in some of the toughest and most unrelenting environments and they need to be built tough to take on the extreme conditions. With the adage ‘built to be rebuilt’, Cat...
In the current agricultural landscape, it's becoming increasingly evident the best performing farmers are the ones willing to adopt new technologies and challenge themselves in an industry where what could have only been imagined a few decades ago is...
A quarry owned mainly by local shareholders and staffed almost exclusively by nearby townspeople is bringing pride and productivity to Wallerawang in near central New South Wales. In less than two years, Walker Quarries has lifted from an 80,000 tonne...