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 2010

In evaluating products for the Top 100, Construction Equipment editors look for advances in technology, new product lines, significant improvements to existing products, or a product that increases competition in its field. Below you'll find our choices for Top New Products of 2010, including earthmoving, paving, lifting, trucks and more. Top 100 2013 | Top 100 2012 | Top 100 2011 | Top 100 2009

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New to North America, Wirtgen introduced two concrete pavers that serve smaller, specialized jobs.

On the exhaust of the Cummins 6.7-liter Turbo Diesel option in Ram heavy-duty pickups, a diesel particulate filter and an adsorber catalyst to reduce oxides of nitrogen (NOx) satisfy EPA’s 2010 on-road diesel emissions limits.

Boxed-steel frames and burly new suspensions push maximum towing capacity of the Sierra 3500HD to 20,000 pounds.

A model size has been added to Jomac’s telescopic and articulating crane product lines.

GM introduced a new frame and suspension that would boost the Chevy Silverado heavy-duty pickups and GMC Sierra HDs to the top of Class 2 for payload and conventional-hitch towing capacity.

Blogs

Big Iron
We will publish some of Mike’s classic articles next year in honor of this milestone, and we want you to choose the most useful or meaningful.
Big Iron
Two recent safety incidents drive home the seriousness of ignoring safety hazards.
Big Iron
Chinese construction equipment will play in the U.S. market. We’ve talked to enough of the majors and know their commitment.
Big Iron
We’re mired in a cycle of futility that claims our industry as one of its hapless victims.

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From the editors 

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RT @ConstructionEqt: Are you building bench strength in your workforce?...
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New Kubota SSL has a 26-gal fuel tank IN the rear door. No Pinto jokes, please; they say it's been rigorously tested....
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Developing a bigger line of SSLs and CTLs in the coming years will allow Kubota to have its own attachments.
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