Case Construction Equipment has unveiled a re-styling to its corporate livery.
As you can no doubt tell from the images here, Case’s new look “reflects the values of the brand including its practical, hands-on approach”.
The official press hand-outs say that the new styling and livery were developed to make a strong brand statement.
Manchester based MCW Plant has been using a pair of its new Hyundai machines on a demolition job at Blackpool zoo.
A 30-tonne Hyundai HX300L, fitted with a Daemo DMS250 sheer, has been used to bring down an old aircraft hangar at the zoo. Working on debris clearance is a 12.5-tonne Hyundai R125LCR-9A, which is fitted with a Daemo DMC140 pulverizer.
Both machines were supplied to MCW Plant by the Manchester-based Hyundai dealer, HES Enterprises.
James MacQueen Building Contractors Ltd is based on the Isle of Skye off the northwest coast of Scotland.
But from its operating base at Crossal in the middle of Skye, this third-generation family business works across the whole of the north of Scotland, providing new build work, building extensions and property renovations.
The company has recently taken delivery of a new Volvo ECR88D reduced swing compact excavator, which was delivered by Volvo Construction Equipment’s utility dealer for the north of Scotland, CSM Sales, based in Inverness.
Caterpillar will have its usual mega presence at this year’s Conexpo/ConAgg trade fair in Las Vegas.
With 40 machines on display in two different exhibit areas totalling 60,000 square feet, Caterpillar’s showing will be among the largest at the event — ranging from a skid steer loader to a 96-ton excavator.
Eight Cat machines will make their public debut at Conexpo and a half dozen more machines introduced recently will be on display for the first time at an equipment show. The newest Cat machines to be displayed include excavators, wheel loaders, a dozer, an articulated truck, a telehandler and cold planers. Caterpillar will also introduce new remote control technologies and connectivity technologies at the show.
Bobcat mini-excavators are proving just the machine for making mountain bike trails.
Derbyshire hire company UKD Diggers is in the news, having recently bought 18 new Bobcat mini excavators, from E10s up to E45s.
One of UKD Diggers’ customers is Clixbys Forest & Environment Contractors, based in Oakamoor in Staffordshire. Clixbys generally works within a 150 mile radius of Oakamoor, predominately in North Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Northamptonshire, but is increasingly further afield with projects as far apart as the Lake District, the West Country and Wales.