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Weekly overview 17.-21.6. 2019

Kalmar forges ahead on its electrification journey with industry's first fully electric reachstacker for Cabooter


Kalmar, part of Cargotec, is another step closer to having an electric version of every product in its portfolio by 2021 with the announcement of an agreement with Cabooter Group, who will be the first customer to take a fully electric version of the Kalmar Reachstacker into use in 2021. Read more >>

Innovative truck mixer as a semitrailer from Liebherr

Liebherr now has the HTM 1205 T / LTB 12+4 truck mixer as a semitrailer with innovative innovations in its range. Not only the new flexibility provided by the semitrailer concept, but also the optionally available telescopic conveyor belt bring flexibility and time savings to the construction site. Even on narrow ground, manoeuvring is no problem thanks to the rear steering axle. Read more >>

John Deere 850L Dozer Pushes Productivity to the Next Level

Designed to meet the demanding needs of today’s earth movers, the new John Deere 850L Dozer boasts the productivity, reliability, and durability customers expect in a production dozer. A few of the customer-inspired updates include a larger displacement engine, increased operating weight, new operator station, and several improvements to maximize reliability and durability. Read more >>

Unique JCB Teletruk goes electric to reach new markets

JCB is making a huge technological leap forward with its innovative Teletruk range with the launch of an electric model designed to reach into a global fork lift truck market where almost 250,000 units are sold globally every year. Launched in October 1997, the JCB Teletruk remains the world’s only telescopic lift truck and offers users the benefit of forward reach thanks to its telescopic boom. Read more >>

Volvo Penta-powered electric terminal tractor to star at TOC Europe

Volvo Penta is taking yet another step in its journey towards offering electrified power solutions by 2021 by presenting an emission-free terminal tractor featuring a Volvo Penta electric driveline at TOC Europe 2019, the leading tradeshow for port and terminal technology and operations. At this year’s TOC Europe exhibition in Rotterdam, running June 18-20, Volvo Penta continues to prove its progress in developing an electromobility platform of the future by showing an electric-powered terminal tractor. Read more >>

Munich job site multi-tasker – SENNEBOGEN telescopic crawler crane 673 E supports underground pipe-jacking work

The 673 E SENNEBOGEN telescopic crawler crane has been a trusty companion of the Lower Bavarian company Wadle Bauunternehmung GmbH in Essenbach since 2018. Thanks to its compact dimensions and quick availability on job sites, the machine is very popular for all underground construction applications. Only recently the machine has been demonstrating its capabilities on the Munich inner city building site. Read more >>

Hiab to connect the majority of its equipment

Hiab, part of Cargotec, will connect the majority of its equipment* as a standard feature from factory, starting in the second half of 2019. Customers will get equipment prepared for the future and enabled for our Connected Services, such as HiConnect(TM). HiConnect lets Hiab customers receive insights to improve safety and utilisation, as well as keeping track of service needs based on actual usage. Connectivity also enables a new level of service support, such as remote diagnostics and troubleshooting. Read more >>

Komatsu Europe launches GD675‐7 Motor Grader Significantly improved operating comfort

Komatsu Europe announces the introduction of the new GD675‐7 Motor Grader. Its powerful and efficient EU Stage V emission‐certified engine and a “Heavy‐Duty” aftertreatment system, which combines a Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filter (KDPF) with a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system, allow this latest addition to Komatsu’s motor grader line‐up to offer additional choices to customers. Read more >>

Two fully-electric Mercedes-Benz trucks for Switzerland: Camion Transport and Migros test the eActros

Two further battery-electric Mercedes-Benz eActros are now in operation in Switzerland: one for the logistics service provider Camion Transport and another one for the retail company Migros. The official handover took place at Mercedes-Benz Trucks in Schlieren near Zurich. The vehicles are part of the so-called eActros "innovation fleet" to test heavy-duty electric trucks with customers. Read more >>

Source: LECTURA GmbH Verlag

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