Hill Engineering is going ‘downmarket’ with the launch of its latest quick coupler. The Northern Ireland company's new 2T model will widen its appeal into machines between 1.4-2.5 tonnes.
An attachments expert has been named Demolition Man of the Year for his involvement in the industry’s exhibition. He worked “tirelessly” to make last years Demo Expo a success.
Blue Group has been appointed exclusive UK dealer for an American-made range of excavator-mounted shears. The Fortress range will be sold by Paisley firm Murray Plant.
Highland Hammer Hire has been appointed Scottish dealer for Rototilt tiltrotators and attachments. “We have a skilled and knowledgeable partner on board,” says the Swedish manufacturer.
Cat’s latest orange-peel grapples incorporate new easy-loading tines and vertical cylinders to allow more efficient bulk-materials handling. They're designed for the MH3022, MH3024 and MH3026 wheeled handlers
Piletec, the piling equipment specialist, has launched a dedicated attachments business and has declared its intention to become the number one supplier in the £60m a year sector within three years.
Perth firm Bryan Contractors specified a ‘thumb’ attachment for one of its new excavators. Working off the hammer/shear hydraulic circuit it has made picking and sorting operations easier says the customer.
Piling and foundation equipment specialist Piletec has launched two excavator-mounted vibrators (EMV) it says will to reduce costs on site. One is claimed to be more powerful than other EMVs available in the UK.
Investment in a single attachment has helped a north-east concrete manufacturer slash transport costs and eliminate waste being sent to landfill and at the same time open up a new revenue stream.