Doosan emerged as the winner when Borders earthmover RJT Excavations put the industry’s leading articulated dump trucks head-to-head to battle it out for a three-vehicle order.
The first Sany 20-tonne excavators sold in Scotland will be up for sale next week when a fleet of equipment owned by a Perthshire company goes under the auctioneer’s hammer.
Groundworks and civil engineering firm Advance Construction Scotland has added a further package of Volvo excavators to its fleet and says more are on the way “in the immediate future”.
Gordon Bow Plant Hire has taken delivery of the first Kubotas in its 35-year history in a move it believes will add value to the business. Ten 4.8 tonners join the Broxburn company's fleet.
A Highlands engineering and construction company is winning more work in the water sector after adding a Magni all-terrain rotating telehandler and a UNIC spider crane.
Doosan has launched factory-installed SVAB/Steelwrist choices for its wheeled excavator range. A number of options and attachments from SVAB/Steelwrist are available for the 14- to 17-tonne models.
Sliding and telescopic arm excavators were well to the fore on Hitachi’s stand at Intermat in Paris last week. The ‘slider’ can dig deeper than a standard 30-tonne model.
Mecalac’s new cabbed dumpers will become available to dealers later in the year following their unveiling at last week’s Intermat exhibition in Paris. The top-of-the-range models were developed in the UK.
GAP Group has kicked off its financial and trading year in style with a £10m spend on excavators, dumpers and rollers. And there’s plenty more to come says procurement chief Ken Stewart.