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    As the smart choice for general excavation and site preparation projects, excavators are commonly used for dredging, trenching, material handling, or just simply heavy lifting of objects. Ideal for a wide range of utility work, we look at what some OEMs, dealers, and distributors are offering in terms of ease of operation, durability, fuel efficiency, and the latest safety technology features. Read on to share in their expert comments and insights into excavators.

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  • Bell rings in long-standing ‘matriarch’

Bell rings in long-standing ‘matriarch’

May 17th, 2019|

Bell Equipment’s strategy to revitalise its presence in the agriculture and forestry industry has been bolstered by the announcement that the South African manufacturer will acquire its long-standing partner, Matriarch Equipment. […]

The rise of Phoenix

May 15th, 2019|

Atlas Copco proudly supports South African robot competition team in the US. […]

  • RCT showcases auto tech at Austmine 2019

RCT showcases auto tech at Austmine 2019

May 14th, 2019|

Autonomous solutions specialists RCT will exhibit its latest technology at the biannual Austmine conference taking place in Brisbane from 21 to 23 May. […]

  • Top 10 US construction equipment manufacturers

Top 10 US construction equipment manufacturers

May 13th, 2019|

The construction industry plays a key role for governments in both developed and developing economies. The global construction industry is expected to reach an estimated USD10.5-trillion by 2023 with an expected to rise of 4.3% [...]

  • Lifting up to Level 3 B-BBEE status

Lifting up to Level 3 B-BBEE status   

May 10th, 2019|

In a proud moment that speaks to its transformational attitude, Goscor Lift Truck Company has become the only importer of capital goods in South Africa to attain a Level 3 B-BBEE status. […]

  • Seattle crane collapse enquiry opens

Seattle crane collapse enquiry opens

May 9th, 2019|

Five companies are being formally questioned by the Washington Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) following the collapse of a tower crane in Seattle on the West Coast of the US on Saturday 27 April [...]

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