Archive for 'Test Drives'

Next generation Bobcat excavators feature design, performance and comfort enhancements

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Bobcat Company has enhanced its industry-leading compact excavators with the all-new, next generation R-Series excavators. Featuring a bold, distinct design, R-Series excavators will help boost operator productivity and comfort, as well as machine uptime protection. The first R-Series excavators to land in spring will include the Bobcat® E32 and E35 in […]


Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: The curved corners on their B Series Skid Steers provide a wider, less obstructed view of the worksite and a solid “corner to corner” view of the bucket, blade, fork or other attachment being used. Intelligent use of complex shapes adds another important benefit – reduced noise levels inside the cab. […]

Level with the best.

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Detailed Earthworks…love it or hate it…are part of most civil projects nowadays. Tight car parks with complicated drainage, domed sporting fields, light rail, foot paths/cycleways, to name a few, are possibly the sections of the job you aren’t looking forward to. These tasks have previously been painstakingly slow and expensive. Many […]

The coolest auger in the world

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Whilst we are all suffering, or enjoying high temperatures in the land down under it’s easy forget that large parts of the northern hemisphere are currently covered in a thick blanket of ice and snow. It is in that part of the world, more precisely Finland, where these ice-cold earth (or […]

Nothing but the Norm will grab you like these.

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Whilst Norm Engineering is Australian Earthmoving’s favourite manufacturer of 4-in-1 buckets, loader style buckets, grapple buckets and excavator buckets. Their Aussie built quality products stand the test of time and Norm Engineering have now released new hydraulic grabs to their ever-growing range of attachments. The range of grabs, from 1.5 tonne […]

Fecon DCR Bull Hog Mulchers

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Fecon has recently released its new generation DCR (Depth Control Rotor) range of Bull Hog mulchers, and they are proving to be a major step forward in performance and productivity in vegetation management. The DCR concept starts with the standard heavy-duty rotor with a spiral tooth pattern, and incorporates a series […]

New Kobelco 13-tonne excavator exhibits excellence

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: A new generation of Kobelco’s popular 13-tonne midi excavator will hit the Australian market with the launch of the SK135SR-5 and SK135SR-5 Offset at the 2018 Diesel Dirt & Turf Expo in Penrith, New South Wales. As a particularly popular excavator for jobs requiring continuous digging, swinging, and loading in tight […]

New Komatsu low-emission MR-5 excavators use less fuel, increase production, improve safety

New Komatsu low-emission MR-5 excavators use less fuel, increase production, improve safety

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Komatsu Australia has released its new MR-5 mini excavator range, incorporating Tier 4 compliant low-emission engines that also reduce fuel consumption, and with a range of features which improve production and work efficiency, and increase jobsite safety. The new range covers the PC30MR-5 (3.15-3.3 tonnes operating weight), PC35MR-5 (3.62-3.77 tonnes), PC45MR-5 […]

Latest Komatsu Dash 8 wheel loaders cut operating costs through better fuel efficiency, higher productivity

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: Komatsu Australia has released two new WA270-8– the WA270-8 and WA320-8 – both powered with Tier 4-compliant low emission engine technology, and delivering improved fuel efficiency, higher productivity, and reduced owning and operating costs. The WA270-8 – replacing the WA250PZ-6 – is powered by a Komatsu SAA6D107E-3 engine rated at 111 […]


Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: MB crusher machines not only provide savings on transportation, but also drastically reduce the amount of other equipment required at site and at the mine/quarry where the materials are sourced. There are also times when a customer is out in the field and does not have room for an entire crushing […]


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