Asphalt paver manufacturers answer contractors’ calls for width options and productivity
Spec’d for Ontario, Canada, this truck’s handling was more familiar than our truck editor expected
Machines with operating weights from 18,000 to 40,000 pounds take on myriad applications with power and precision
Once mastered, the Mercedes-made 6-speed is smooth and satisfying to drive
Sidewalks and stringless work are also seeing more action as manufacturers build in additional versatility.
This is a bridge-formula truck aimed at fleet operators of dumpers and mixers who’ll be the CT681’s main customers.
IUOE trainers take a first-hand look at how far Caterpillar's scraper design has progressed
Application diversity, drive-train efficiency, and production technology characterize the middle of the crawler-dozer range
Heavy hauling is one of many tasks for which Kenworth's increasingly popular vocational model has been engineered and outfitted
Manufacturers continue to increase machine versatility while looking ahead to silica dust regulation
Buoyed by Conexpo, OEMs have introduced a mix of new telehandler models and Tier 4-Final upgrades
Large backhoe loaders competently handle the basic tasks of digging, loading, and lifting—while an expanded selection of attachments and refined...
Specialized tractor expands Volvo’s Class 8 lineup to more customers
Higher engine rating and strong chassis allows a Ford SuperDuty pickup to become ‘half an 18-wheeler’
Overall design refinement assists in producing smooth mats and controlling costs
Front-discharge mixer moves fast, maneuvers nicely with cheap natural gas power
Manufacturers offer tips on when to choose them over crawler cranes and big telehandlers, what to consider before buying, and how to keep operating...
Lighter, more agile suspension supplements but doesn’t replace the venerable Camelback
Local 150 operating engineers Mike Evans and Zip Ackert evaluate Caterpillar’s new D-Series skid-steer design
Surging sales and new engine choices give fleet managers greater flexibility