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Doosan out in front

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.

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First Sanys to auction

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.

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Advance orders for Volvo

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”.

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Kubota takes a Bow

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.

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New kit = more work

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.

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Factory-fit duck options

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.

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Hitachi on the slide

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.

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Mecalac dumpers launched

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.

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£10m and more to come

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.

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Balfour buys own plant

Balfour Beatty is to spend nearly £10m on plant this year as it develops its own in-house earthworks team. The group has just taken delivery of 22 Volvo, Komatsu and Caterpillar machines.

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