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Martin Engineering has introduced a new line of truck vibrators.

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New Cougar truck vibrators

Martin Engineering has introduced a new line of truck vibrators - the Cougar range - which ensures complete emptying of bulk materials, reducing the need for personnel to enter dump beds for manual cleanouts. Read more »
Caterpillar still number one in the 2011 KHL International Construction Yellow Table.

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Construction equipment sales growth in 2011

Construction equipment sales were up by 25 per cent for 2011 according to the KHL Group, a provider of construction information. Read more »
Navman's easy to read Dynamic Dashboard.

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Navman trend monitor

Navman Wireless has a Dynamic Dashboard platform to review daily, weekly or monthly vehicle trends such as idling time and distance travelled and provides an instant graphical representation of a fleet’s operations. Read more »
Komatsu has officially opened its new plant in Wacol, Queensland.

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Komatsu investment opens in Queensland

Komatsu Australia opened its new state of the art regional headquarters at Wacol, southwest of Brisbane on Thursday 12 April, 2012. Read more »
Space at Hillhead 2012 is now at a premium.

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Hillhead 2012 filling fast

The world’s top quarrying exhibition is shaping up for a massive year, with 385 exhibitors having committed to Hillhead 2012. Read more »
TPCs improve safety, as enhanced traction increases an operator’s control of a machine.

Load & Haul
TPCs deliver for the long run

While the primary objective of installing tyre protection chains is to extend the service life of tyres in aggressive and abrasive surface environments, most users have quickly found that high quality tyre chains deliver many other benefits. Read more »
Dial-a-dump’s Kleemann MR 130 ZS EVO tracked impact crusher processes C&D materials at its Alexandria location.

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Recycling in a single operation

Dial-a-dump Industries is a vertically integrated group of companies providing innovative environmental solutions for the building and construction needs of households through to the largest construction sites. In addition to recycling operations, Dial-a-dump provide a service to collect waste materials and transport to recycling facilities owned by Dial-a-dump around the Sydney region. Read more »
RUD's Gigant Plus X19 tyre protection chains.

Load & Haul
Gigant Tyre Chain

The FELS Gigant Plus X19 is a close mesh “extra heavy duty” tyre protection chain designed specifically for hard rock quarry applications. Read more »
Duratray suspended dump body is pretty in pink.

Load & Haul
Duratray rugged dump bodies

Duratray specialises in the design, engineering, manufacturing and commercialisation of dump bodies for haulage equipment, along with spare parts, steel and rubber components. Read more »
Volvo mixed quarrying and ocean racing yachts in New Zealand.

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A nautical flavour to earthmoving equipment launch

Volvo Construction Equipment used the world’s toughest ocean race as the backdrop for the launch of its latest earthmoving equipment. Read more »
Bead breakers protect staff and machinery by dispensing ?with heavy, clumsy, labour-intensive equipment.

Load & Haul
Bead breakers save time, boost safety

Enerpac’s time-saving hydraulic bead breakers take danger and effort out of changing tyres on tractors, trucks, graders and implement tyres. Read more »
With an on-board weighing system, there is the potential to reduce tyre damage.

Load & Haul
Best practice tyre management saves time and money

Replacing truck tyres is a major expense for quarry operations, so taking practical measures to prolong their useful life makes good sense. Read more »

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