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Construction on a vital second river crossing between Victoria and New South Wales is a step closer, following the awarding of the contract to McConnell Dowell Constructors (Australia). Stage 3 of the project includes new bridges over the Murray and...
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...
Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) may have helped Volvo Group reach a major milestone with 1 million connected assets, but it is already asking ‘what’s next?’ Catrin Nilsson, Manager, Connected Solutions Platform at Volvo CE, explains why this is...
John Deere has added three new models to its range of large square balers, the L624 (70 x 120cm), L633 (90 x 80cm) and L634 (90 x 120cm). These will be available for the 2020 season and replace the L1500...
A John Deere 6250R tractor equipped with a Kuhn four-rotor Gyrorake GA 15131 with a working width of 14.7m has set a new windrowing world record, raking 188.9ha of grass on four different fields in only eight hours. The...
Volvo CE offers many new technologies and services to help companies reduce spending on fuel and become more environmentally friendly in the process. Fuel is one of the largest expenses for most construction companies. Volvo CE has fitted its machines...
Record-breaking sale signals the start of a new productive partnership for MineWare and Downer MineWare is well underway with the installation of 23 of their Argus Hydraulic monitoring systems for Downer – making this the largest single order in MineWare’s...
In conjunction with SkogsNolia, Komatsu Forest will launch an upgraded product range, with the majority of the machines new. The machines are equipped with a brand-new engine installation conforming to the latest emission legislation. The new, future-proof control system, MaxiXT,...
Mainly intended for maintenance works and indoor finishings, Haulotte vertical masts are also suited for events, logistics and distribution. With their compact dimensions and straight elevation, the mast booms can climb directly to a working height of 6 to...
The construction sector, historically marked by very low labour productivity, is finally entering a scenario in which it will enjoy a greater connection and sharing of information, aimed at knowledge, performance and control. All these technologies will give companies...