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Leica Geosystems Hexagon 2012 is June 4-7, 2012

Nov 16, 2011

Leica Geosystems Hexagon 2012 is June 4-7, 2012

Leica Geosystems announces that customers and prospective users will be convening for the international Hexagon 2012 conference, June 4-7 at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and that registration is now open. Once again, by bringing together the ...

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Leica collaborates with GISi

Aug 08, 2011

Geographic Information Services, Inc. (GISi) and Leica Geosystems will be working together to extend GISi’s offerings for private and government GIS clients. “We chose Leica because it is a respected surveying brand that now has a full suite of GPS and ...

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Leica Geosystems’ conferences form Hexagon

Feb 17, 2011

Leica Geosystems' High-Definition Surveying Worldwide User Conference and Airborne Sensor User Conference expanded to become Hexagon 2011 International Conference. This new format will offer attendees a variety of sessions, hands-on training, networking and new business opportunities under the Hexagon 2011 ...

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From World of Concrete: Freightliner, McNeilus develop bridge formula mixer chassis

Jan 19, 2011

Freightliner Trucks has collaborated with McNeilus Companies in the development of a new bridge formula mixer chassis, Freightliner announced on Jan. 18 at World of Concrete 2011 in Las Vegas. The new truck is on display at the World of ...

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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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Terex AWP, Manitou sign supply and marketing agreement

Apr 23, 2010

Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) and Manitou signed a reciprocal supply and marketing agreement charging each company to manufacture aerial work platform equipment to be used in the other's product lines. The agreement will be implemented in Europe before expanding to ...

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Manitowoc launches six-axle all-terrain crain

Apr 23, 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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Manitowoc Crane Care announces new customer support program

Apr 23, 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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