Excavators, hydro

Vacuum excavators (air & hydro) by Vac-Tron Equipment, Ditch Witch,
Super Products, Vermeer by McLaughlin, Vacmasters, Vactor, AmeriVac Group, GapVax, Ring-O-Matic and Vacstar.

Super Products LLC designed and built its new Mud Dog 1600 to meet the demanding hydro excavation challenges inherent in oil field, mining and cold weather applications.

Doosan’s new mid-range size hydraulic excavators will now be equipped with roll-over protective structure (ROPS)-certified cabs.

Large and medium excavators from John Deere, Case, Kobelco, New Holland, Hitachi, Volvo CE, Caterpillar, Komatsu America and Doosan.

Bobcat’s new, M-Series compact excavators are re engineered to deliver increased performance in a lighter machine.

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.

Doosan Infracore has expanded its development on its hybrid excavator with enhanced energy efficiency and lower exhaust emissions.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

The population of the city of San Antonio has quietly grown to make this pleasant south Texas city the second largest city in the state and seventh largest in the U.S. With a population of more than 1.3 million, San Antonio ranks just behind Houston and ahead of Dallas in population.

The president and CEO of Super Products, Jim Wurster, retired from the company effective Dec. 31, 2008, and Mike Vanden Heuvel has assumed the role.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Following the Northeast Trenchless Association's (NTA) fifth annual meeting, immediate past president Bruce Hubbard reflected on the association's accomplishments in 2008 and outlined goals for 2009.

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