Pexco is introducing a line of marker products designed specifically for utilities. Pexco utility marker products include guy markers/guards for durable, high-impact and economical protections for exposed utility pole guy wires, dead end fittings and anchor rods.
Kobelco Construction Machinery America recently joined the crew of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” for a project in eastern Texas. The company provided a Kobelco SK210 excavator to demolish a home so that a new one could be constructed for a deserving family.
McElroy has introduced Hydraulic Clamping retrofit kits for the popular 500 line of fusion machines. The new introduction comes after a successful introduction of the same product for 412 and 618 fusion machines last year.
ARIES Grout Systems are designed and built for continuous operations. ARIES TV/Grouting Systems are productive because of the reliable, maintainable and adaptable components utilized in an integrated configuration.
URETEK's Zero Excavation inflow and infiltration solution is a quick, efficient, low-impact, repair solution that deploys an expanding, hydro-insensitive, high-density polyurethane foam to seal, encapsulate, and stabilize infrastructure systems.
When Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment acquired Bobcat Company in 2007, many wondered how the long-distance relationship with the South Korean manufacturing giant would work out. Now, almost three years later, the answer is clear. Bobcat is reinvigorated and aggressively improving their equipment while continuing to expand the product lines.
PipeLine Machinery International (PLM), Caterpillar’s global pipeline equipment dealer, has recently teamed with Cranesmart Systems and is the exclusive distributor of the Pipelayer System, the industry’s first wireless load monitoring indicator (LMI) system for pipelayers.
TERRA AG has developed a manhole HDD drill that is able to undertake directional bores from manhole to manhole and from manhole to all near-by homes. At 2.5-feet depth, telephone cables can be laid; water lines at 4-inch depth, and gas or power lines at 5 feet.