Engcon has developed a sorting grab specifically for mini excavators in the 1.5-3 tonne class. The SK02 weighs just over 100 kg and the company says demand has been growing for an attachment of that size.
Ulrich Attachments has stepped up its drive to provide better warranties by announcing a six-year plan. It is part of a campaign to offer warranties that correspond with that typically applicable to wheeled loaders.
Caterpillar’s new side discharge buckets collect and transport loose materials and then discharge them via a belt-type conveyor from adjustable openings on either side of the bucket.
Pile cropping equipment firm Mr Cropper has strengthened its sales team in Scotland with the appointment of Tina Neil. The appointment comes as the company continues to expand its range of equipment.
Ulrich Attachments has teamed up with lubrication supplier Lubemec to include a single point grease system that it says will improve the capabilities of its High-Tip bucket on wheeled loaders.
Glasgow engineering giant Weir Group, which acquired American attachments firm Esco in a billion dollar deal in April, has reported booming first-half revenue and profits.
Worsley Plant has been awarded its first franchise for hydraulic breakers as it joins the UK dealer network for Montabert products. It has also added the Finland-built Dynaset magnets to its portfolio.
Caterpillar has launched the GSH420 and GSH520 orange-peel grapples. Applications include handling shredded scrap, shifting rock at construction sites, or coping with waste at recycling and transfer stations.
Murray Plant has achieved franchise and sales landmarks to build on its recent acquisition by the Blue Group. It is now handling Allu products across the UK and has sold the first of Rammer's biggest breaker.