The annual Doe Show takes place for the 55th time next week, with a host of new machines on show.
There will also be a large selection of used machinery for sale, as usual, including ex demo machines, shop soiled equipment and some real bargains promised.
The 2015 Doe Show will be held on Tuesday 3rd, Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th February at Ernest Doe & Sons in Ulting, Maldon Essex CM9 6QH. The show is billed as the largest construction, agricultural and groundcare dealer show in the UK. There will be more than 150 trade stands in all and more than 10,000 visitors are expected.
Another pre-Intermat sneak preview here, with the news that Doosan will be launching its 17-tonne DX170W-5 Stage IV compliant wheeled excavator.
The new DX170W-5 has 10% more engine power, 5% more engine torque and 5% more traction force compared to the previous generation model, Doosan tells us. The swing speed can now reach 10.8 rpm/minute and swing torque has been increased by 4%. Main pump capacity has increased by 9% and – thanks to the increased pressure in the new Negacon hydraulic system – there is a significant increase of 10% in the bucket force and 3% in the arm force.
It also has the new ‘CabSus’ cab suspension system, which reduces vibration by 20% and a cab noise by 4dBA, the brochure says.
Here's a first look at Case's new grader, to be launched at the Intermat trade fair in April.
Intermat, held every three years in Paris, is Europe’s big plant show this year. We’ll bring you more previews of what to expect at the show as the date gets nearer.
Among the new machines on Case Construction Equipment’s stand will be the first grader in its C Series.
There will be two models in the range with operating weights of 13 and 16 tonnes. They will be available in 6x4 and 6x6 all wheel drive versions.
Doosan equipment is at the forefront of a waterside regeneration contract in Northampton.
The University of Northampton is building a new £330m campus on a 55-acre site that previously housed Nunn Mills coal-fired power station and an Avon Cosmetics factory.
Specialist contractor Hydrock bought new earthmoving machinery to carry out the land remediation for the scheme from its Doosan dealer, Kellands.
In the latest stunt from its creative team, Caterpillar has built the world’s biggest sand castle.
On a beach in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, seven Cat machines helped seven sand sculptors to build a rather sophisticated edifice standing 12.69 metres in the air.
It has officially been verified by the people from the Guinness Book of Records as a new world record.