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Aspects of this agreement contain areas that managers of construction equipment fleets should consider.
The 2014 list of products reveals certain trends in the equipment market for the year.
I interviewed former Transportation Sec. Ray LaHood before he spoke at Caterpillar's media dinner on October 29.
Video illustrates Seattle Tunnel Partners' work plan for repairing Bertha, the SR 99 tunneling machine. The plan includes four major repair and enhancement elements.
I asked Manger about the timing of the skid steer launch, and some unusual product features.
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.
Two recent safety incidents drive home the seriousness of ignoring safety hazards.
Chinese construction equipment will play in the U.S. market. We’ve talked to enough of the majors and know their commitment.
We’re mired in a cycle of futility that claims our industry as one of its hapless victims.
I talked with Brubacher at the family-owned firm’s headquarters in Pennsylvania to check the pulse of a business firmly on the front lines.

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Site Technology Blog

One great example of connected site technology on a huge scale is a project with a footprint that was 167 km (103 miles) long.
To help operators get up to speed faster, Trimble and John Deere have developed a Grade Control Simulator that lets operators get hands-on training.
There’s no question that excavators are among the most versatile and productive machines on any job site.
Sometimes small changes can make a big difference in the productivity of your machines.
A story for those of you that are still wrestling with the “technology” decision.
If you are thinking about moving to machine control technology, there are a lot of major decisions that will need to be made.
If you don’t know where to start your homework, here are some good information sources.
An aspect of site technology that can be overlooked by contractors is connecting their machines, sites and assets.
We help contractors all over the world understand and maximize the potential of construction technology.
Owner/operators ask about how they can get started with machine control technology when they only have one or two machines.

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