Bobcat Company

When Bobcat engineers began work on the E60 and E80 excavators, they committed to a completely new design that set a high standard by increasing service intervals, operator comfort and durability.

Since inventing the skid steer loader more than 50 years ago, Bobcat has constantly improved loader design to make operators more productive and comfortable.

Though Bobcat Company officials are well aware the economy is struggling to recover from a world-wide recession, they recognized the need for continued product improvement.

The Bobcat M-Series skid-steers feature the S630 at a rated operating capacity (ROC) of 2,180 pounds and an operating weight of 7,707 pounds.

Bobcat Co, West Fargo, ND, which is known for its skid-steer loaders, announced the donation of company records to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

In response to the flood threat in the Fargo-Moorhead, ND, area, home to Bobcat Company’s world headquarters, more than 100 Bobcat employees and equipment helped prepare for major flooding in the eastern part of the state and battled flood conditions in the west and central areas.

The E80 excavator machine boasts a completely new design, increasing service intervals, operator comfort and durability.

The Bobcat 418 excavator has an operating weight of 2,593 pounds and a dig depth of 6 feet.

The Pipe Line Contractors Association (PLCA) experienced a "phenomenal" year in 2008, said association President Robert Johnston (pictured).

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