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BOMAG developing hyrid compaction unit, based on BW174P model

Apr 28, 2010

BOMAG is developing an innovative hybrid compaction machine based on its BW174AP model, according to a report in the official Bauma Daily News e-newsletter, published by World Highways and Aggregates Business Europe. Information about the new machine was not accessible on the ...

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Leica Geosystems showcases mine management system at Bauma 2010

Apr 28, 2010

Leica Geosystems showcases mine management system at Bauma 2010

  Leica Geosystems, has presented its full range of mine management systems, including truck and shovel fleet management and optimisation, and dozer, shovel and blast-hole drill high-precision GPS navigation and production monitoring systems, to the European market at Bauma 2010.  Leica Geosystems ...

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Manitowoc unveils ‘world’s largest’ self-erecting crane

Apr 28, 2010

Manitowoc unveils ‘world’s largest’ self-erecting crane

  Manitowoc unveiled the Potain Igo T 130 at Bauma 2010 and says it's the largest self-erecting crane in the world. The crane has an 8-ton maximum capacity. Vincent Milan, senior product manager for self-erecting cranes at Manitowoc, said the new ...

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Potain showcases topless crane line at Bauma

Apr 28, 2010

Potain showcases topless crane line at Bauma

The MDT 368 from Manitowoc’s Potain brand will be featured at this year’s bauma exhibition. The crane, launched last year, is the largest Topless MDT tower crane. It adds new design features to the strong lift and ease-of-assembly familiar to ...

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Manitowoc Crane Care announces new customer support program

Apr 28, 2010

Eric Pommier, vice president of Manitowoc Crane Care in EMEA, announced at Bauma 2010 that Manitowoc will continue to offer new customer support programs, despite the economic downturn. Manitowoc’s commitment to aftermarket support has remained constant, despite one of the most ...

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Manitowoc launches six-axle all-terrain crain

Apr 28, 2010

Manitowoc launches six-axle all-terrain crain

Manitowoc has launched the GMK6400 at Bauma 2010, and the company is touting it as the world’s most powerful six-axle all-terrain crane. The crane has a 400-ton maximum capacity. Neil Hollingshead, Manitowoc’s global product director for all-terrain cranes and rough-terrain cranes, said ...

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Cat’s new line of pulverizers reduces largest possible amount of concrete in shortest time

Apr 28, 2010

Caterpillar Work Tools B.V. has introduced its new line of P200-series pulverizers for hydraulic excavators. The P200-series, model P215, P225, and P235 extend the range of hydro-mechanical work tools.   “The new line of pulverizers is yet another advancement as we continually ...

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Cat’s M325D, M325D LMH wheel material loaders updated for faster barge unloading, easier transport

Apr 28, 2010

The updated Cat M325D MH and M325D LMH Wheel Material Handlers are designed to meet the production requirements in bulk materials handling applications and in the scrap and recycling industries. The updated models feature a new, optional cambered boom for superior ...

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LiuGong Machinery to develop new line of rollers

Apr 28, 2010

Chinese heavy construction equipment manufacturer LiuGong Machinery Corporation unveiled its plans at Bauma 2010 to introduce new models. LiuGong Vice President David Beatenbough said the company is developing new rollers -- a complete range of bulldozers and a new grader, according ...

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Exhibitors at Bauma: The show is integral to the construction industry, shows postive outlook

Apr 28, 2010

Despite a tough economy and the Iceland volcano just before the start Bauma that interrupted travel to the tradeshow, the show went on and exhibitor all echoed a similar sentiment: Bauma is important is an integral part of the construction ...

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Cat 374D hydraulic excavator features increased work performance, stronger undercarriage

Apr 27, 2010

The new 156,043-pound (70,780 kg) Cat 374D hydraulic excavator showcased at Bauma 2010, a direct replacement for the model 365C, combines added horsepower, stronger hydraulics, new buckets and greater operating weight to boost trenching, loading and lifting capabilities. Complementing these design ...

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