Skyjack is leveraging gaming technology to educate and raise awareness around load capacity and safety with their first mobile game, CAPACITIES. Launching February 20th, the game combines interactive fun that requires players to divert falling balls from overloading Skyjack mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs). "We hope this mobile game will bring fun to all existing and potential Skyjack fans of all ages. More importantly, by digitizing MEWPs and showing the consequences of overloading their respective capacities, we're educating people about safe loading practices in an innovative way," said Brad Boehler, president, Skyjack.
Flexible enough to deliver high quality paving for both slab-on-grade and bridge applications, the Terex Bid-Well 3600 paver boasts a range of available features that deliver bonus-level smoothness and improved visibility during nighttime paving operations. The 3600 automatic roller paver on display in Terex booth C5172 during World of Concrete in Las Vegas, NV from January 23-26, 2018 demonstrates a number of options to meet virtually any paving application encountered by the contractor.
Geotab has announced it has surpassed one million subscribers, positioning the company as one of the fastest growing providers of telematics globally. Launching their subscriber-based solution in 2006, Geotab has seen an average of 116% annual subscriber growth over the last 10 years. "Early in 2017, we announced our company team goal to be the first fleet telematics company to achieve one million connected vehicles built on a single, open platform," says Neil Cawse, CEO, Geotab. "Together we have grown to support over 21,000 businesses, 300,000 users, and 1,000,000 vehicles around the world by focusing on sustainability, scalability, reliability and security."
Several actions can be taken by governments at all levels to support the recycling of construction & demolition industry waste products. One of the most common tactics is landfill disposal bans on recyclable materials in the waste stream. Two examples are the ban on drywall disposal in British Columbia, and the requirement in King County, Washington that all C&D loads with more than 20 percent recyclable material be rejected at the transfer station and sent to a Material Recovery Facility.
The steady advancement of vehicle automation technologies creates exciting possibilities for the future of the transport industry and society as a whole. Volvo Trucks has been at the forefront of this global evolution for well over two decades and believes automation will increasingly transform the way we live and work in the coming years.
Skyjack is aiming to disrupt the telematics industry with its newest service: Elevate, a fully customized solution designed specifically for off-highway rental fleets. Launched at The 2018 Rental Show, Skyjack's Elevate solution leaves behind the legacy of on-road telematics and breaks down the barriers to adoption, by providing customers with a product that delivers actionable insights and measurable benefits.
"The decision for our second SENNEBOGEN was a lot simpler than the first," Steven Freeman recalls the trials and deliberations that led his family to purchase a SENNEBOGEN 830 M-T log-handler four years ago. "Our yard is tough: it's rock, and wood debris, and some mud, and the stud yard is up the hill, 300 to 400 yards from the mill. It's a cruel environment for a machine."
Netarus LLC, maker of the HoistCam remote camera monitoring systems, has launched the Low Profile HC140 (Gen3) camera for applications where placement of the camera is critical for viewing the load. "An upgraded camera with a new connection point and 360 degree lens rotation provides the operator the flexibility to position and orient the view at virtually any angle that suits the needs of the application," said Chris Machut, Chief Technology Officer.
CE has extended its Lifetime Frame and Structure Warranty to cover high-reach demolition excavators and wheeled excavators. New models covered by the warranty include the EC380EHR and EC480EHR high-reach demolition excavators, as well as the EW180E, EW160E and the EW60E wheeled models. Four additional new wheeled excavator models set to debut in spring 2018 will also be covered by the Lifetime Frame and Structure Warranty.
Skyjack has unveiled it's newest product and first compact telehandler in their product lineup. "The addition of a compact telehandler means that Skyjackis now positioned to compete in a whole new class of telehandlers," says Barry Greenaway, product manager at Skyjack. "The SJ519 TH also redefinesthe compact market with its class-leading cab size."
Responding to North American rental companies' need to better manage mixed fleets in order to maximize their business's rental return on invested capital (rROIC), the new Genie Certified Pre-Owned Program extends opportunities with the machines already in service. Genie Certified Used Equipment, for sale on the Genie used equipment website, is now available with a limited 24-month manufacturer's warranty. Genie Certified Reconditioned Equipment comes with a limited 36-month warranty on all components reconditioned by Genie, a 36-month/3,000-hr powertrain warranty on DEUTZ Xchange remanufactured engines and a 1-year powertrain warranty on all other engine brands.
Galbreath, a leading manufacturer of hoists, container handlers and trailers, recently launched its TH-14 trail hoist. Built to last and stand up to the toughest jobs, the TH-14 offers the perfect solution for small independent waste haulers, roofers, contractors, landscapers and municipalities looking for a versatile piece of equipment that can be used to perform a wide range of hauling applications.
JCB has unveiled the 45Z-1, a powerful, next-generation, zero-tailswing compact excavator with an operating weight of 9,866 lb (4,475 kg) and a transport weight of 9,700 lb (4,400kg), making it the largest rental-specification excavator on the market that can be towed without a commercial driver's license (subject to local regulations). The 45Z-1 shares the durable design proven on the larger machines in JCB's next-generation compact excavator range, with 100 percent steel bodywork and sturdy four-plate dipper construction. The dig end uses 100 percent graphite-impregnated bushing, leading to extended 500-hour greasing intervals
The John Deere 310E articulated dump truck (ADT) has been recognized with a GOOD DESIGN Award for design excellence and innovation. The GOOD DESIGN Awards Program, presented by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, showcases the most innovative and cutting-edge industrial, product and graphic designs produced around the world.
The new H-Series wheel loaders from Volvo Construction Equipment take a proven machine and add the latest technology, including the next-generation OptiShift and new load-sensing hydraulics and transmission. The result is a wheel loader lineup that boasts faster cycle times and improved fuel efficiency. The H-Series 2.0 Update is now available on the L150H, L180H and L220H, as well as the recently launched L260H. Additional models will soon follow.
With the announcement of the all-new Mark74 Series, Gehl introduces a range of 74 hp telescopic handlers for the North American Market. These new units follow the same standards as any Gehl machine, with the same capacities as their RS Series Gen:3 counterparts, with the exception of a 74hp engine that eliminates the need for after treatment fluid.
Manitou has announced a new line of diesel and electric mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs) for North America. The new Manitou MEWP product line includes two electric models, the AETJ 49 and AETJ 43, and three diesel models, the ATJ 46, ATJ 46+ and MAN'GO 33. Select models will be shown for the first time this week at The ARA Rental Show in New Orleans.