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SaMoTer 31st edition postponed to 2023

SAMOTER 31st EDITION POSTPONED TO 2023

SaMoTer, Veronafiere’s triennial international construction machinery exhibition, will welcome companies and sector operators once again in March 2023. This is a further and definitive change of date compared to the initial hypothesis of shifting the 2020 edition – postponed because of the Covid-19 emergency – to 3-7 March 2021. “This …

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Volvo 10-tonne asphalt compactors rolled out to emerging markets

Volvo 10-tonne asphalt compactors rolled out to emerging markets

The DD105 and DD105 OSC asphalt compactors from Volvo Construction Equipment now come equipped with Tier 3/Stage IIIA engines for emerging markets. Thanks to the integration of a Tier 3/Stage IIIA engine, the DD105 and oscillatory variant DD105 OSC double drum compactors are now available in emerging markets. These fuel-efficient …

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Mecalac unveils new transmission for MCR crawler skid excavators

Mecalac unveils new transmission for MCR crawler skid excavators

The Mecalac 6MCR, 8MCR and 10MCR tracked skid excavators are now equipped with ‘Speed Control’ travel management system as standard. This all-new feature allows the operator to set a maximum travel speed – regardless of engine speed. With 20 speeds available, the transmission essentially acts as a limiter, making it …

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Ready for 2021: Hyundai Construction Equipment unveil brand new stage V excavator in 20-tonne class offering substantial performance gains

Ready for 2021 Hyundai Construction Equipment unveil brand new stage V excavator

The HX210AL, 22-tonne crawler excavator forms part of Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe’s (HCEE) new A-series machines – a new generation in the Hyundai family – which have been designed to create better conditions for operators and deliver the ultimate ownership experience. Every detail has been carefully fine-tuned to match and …

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Port of Gothenburg introduces pilot scheme for emission-free construction sites

Port of Gothenburg introduces pilot scheme for emission-free construction sites

As much as 20% of carbon emissions from the transport sector currently derive from construction equipment. This figure is expected to rise to 50% as the development of emission-free road transport gathers momentum. To mitigate emissions in the construction sector even further, the Emission-Free Construction Sites project has been initiated …

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