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The TD-20M dozer is suitable for quarrying and landfill applications.

Dealer tasked with relaunching dozer range

Customers and supplier representatives recently celebrated the announcement of Onetrak as a new Australian dealer for the Dressta range of dozers. Read more »
Data collected from Komatsu mining trucks will be analysed by GE to provide recommendations for improving efficiency.

Efficiency to be boosted by ‘big data’ analysis

A plant and equipment supplier has teamed up with a technology solutions provider to help mining companies reduce costs and boost operational efficiency. Read more »
The guideline explains the risks associated with off-the-road tyres.

Tyre safety comes under scrutiny

A series of mining fatalities has led a state government to increase its focus on the safety of heavy machinery tyres. Read more »
Chinese manufacturer XCMG was listed as one of the top 10 largest construction equipment manufacturers in the world.

Revenue down for world’s top equipment suppliers

An annual survey has revealed that the revenues of some of the world’s largest construction equipment manufacturers continued to drop in 2014, albeit at a slower rate than in 2013. Read more »
The Rammer 2155 features a slim body that is suitable for use in confined spaces.

Compact, robust hydraulic hammer

The Sandvik Rammer 2155 hydraulic hammer is built to last and for ease of operation. Read more »
The 745C registers up to a 15 per cent improvement in speed in the sub-20km/h range.

New range of artic trucks promises new gains

A new range of Caterpillar articulated trucks will deliver productivity and efficiency to quarrying operations. Read more »
Whole-life costs of off-highway earthmoving tyres can be reduced significantly through longevity, fuel savings, improved performance and reduced downtime.

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Don’t lose your grip: Getting the most from your earthmover tyres

With tyres still a precious commodity in the earthmoving market, whole-life costs can be managed effectively with a sensible approach to correct usage, maintenance and the right conditions, according to specialists at tyre manufacturer Michelin. Read more »


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