Fuchs Material Handler Delivers Uncompromised Performance

New Fuchs MHL320 F Material HandlerBuilt for efficiently tackling a range of indoor and outdoor applications, the new Fuchs MHL320 F material handler boasts a compact yet powerful design. With an 11 percent more powerful engine and offering the same features found on larger Fuchs handlers, this versatile 50,485-lb. (22.9-t) MHL320 F handler is the perfect entry level unit for operations who need the high lift capacities at extended reaches, efficient sorting capabilities and fast trailer loading/unloading only delivered by purpose-built handlers.

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John Deere Upgrades Largest G-Series Excavator

JD 870GLC 1A workhorse in mining and quarrying operations, the John Deere 870G LC production-class excavator follows in the footsteps of its G-Series counterparts with the addition of an EPA Final Tier 4 (FT4)/EU Stage IV diesel engine and other customer-influenced updates to meet the demands of today’s job site.

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Atlas Copco Secoroc Powerbit Offers Longer Bit Life

Atlas Copco PowerbitPowerbit, the all-new range of top hammer bits for surface drilling, gets more feet before the first regrind. The Atlas Copco Powerbit series is designed to last longer with increased performance in any rock – hard to soft, abrasive to non-abrasive.

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Superior's First Aggregate Screen Based on Customer Feedback

SuperiorGuardianHorizontalScreenSuperior Industries Inc. has completed research and development of its first-ever aggregate screen. Known as the Guardian Horizontal Screen, the triple-shaft, adjustable oval stroke design was engineered using valuable customer feedback.

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Terex Trucks Launches First of Gen10 Articulated Haulers

TEREXTerex Trucks unveiled its new Generation 10 articulated hauler at the world’s largest construction event, bauma. The company attended the event for the first time since becoming a standalone brand following its acquisition by Volvo Construction Equipment – and its message was loud and clear that investment in its products is the main focus. The Generation 10 range is the result of a major ongoing product renewal program, which will see even more new models launched later in the year.

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