Weekly overview 6.-10.7.2020

Weekly overview 6.-10.7.2020

The new HIT 16.18 T – excellence in tedding

HIT 16.18 T überzeugt durch perfekte Bodenanpassung

Pöttinger, the grassland specialist, launches a new model at the top end of its range of tedders: The trailed HIT 16.18 T with 16 rotors and a working width of 17 metres offers maximum output combined with high quality working results and excellent ground tracking. Read more >>

2nd Prestigious Red Dot Design Award for Combilift

2nd Prestigious Red Dot Design Award for Combilift

Combilift’s products are appreciated by thousands of customers around the world for their ability to enable safe, space saving and more productive materials handling, but they are also award-winners when it comes to their outstanding design. Read more >>

Kobelco launches SK140SRL-7 for forestry and logging applications

Kobelco SK140SRL-7

Following the arrival of the Kobelco SK140SRLC-7 earlier this year, Kobelco Construction Machinery Europe B.V. (KCME) is pleased to announce the introduction of a logging specification variant. Read more >>

Haulotte launches ETI LITE, an online library accessible from the machines

Haulotte launches ETI LITE

Haulotte Group is affixing QR codes on its machines to facilitate the access to the documentation. All technical resources are now available and downloadable on the ETI LITE landing page, thus reducing the number of documents delivered with a new machine to the mandatory ones. Read more >>

Case IH machinery destined for Uzbek cotton fields

Case IH Cotton Express cotton picker

Case IH tractors, cotton pickers and combine harvesters will make up a significant portion of a large agricultural machinery shipment bound for the cotton industry in Uzbekistan. Read more >>

Liebherr mobile cranes erect monument to the “Tailor of Ulm”

The Liebherr LTM 1350-6.1 mobile crane erected the final section of the new monument on the Adlerbastei on the banks of the River Danube

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of his birth, a prominent monument has been erected to aviation pioneer Albrecht Ludwig Berblinger. Using two Liebherr mobile cranes, Ulm-based crane and heavy haulage contractor Rieger & Moser GmbH & Co. KG erected a walk-in spiral staircase tower, whose appearance is reminiscent of the “Tailor of Ulm’s” flying machine. Read more >>

Krank launches world’s first B2B owner-auction platform

Krank launches world’s first B2B owner-auction platform

The online auction feature from market network tech company Krank allows companies to host commission-free machinery sales and build a powerful lead generator at the same time. Read more >>

Effortless maintenance work at low headroom

Das komprimierte Design des KITO SHER2M ist durch die spezielle Kettenführung möglich.

Efficient wastewater treatment is a demanding task. It takes years to design and build a recycling plant to the highest standards. The plants are an important part of the drinking water production and must always comply with the latest environmental regulations. Read more >>

XXL Tower for WOLFF Cranes – WOLFFKRAN introduces new 6-meter tower section

At the end of June, the new tower element was assembled for the first time on the factory premises in Luckau for testing. With external dimensions of 6 x 6 meters, it weighs 28 tons. Heavy equipment is required for its assembly.

Its footprint could accommodate a boxing ring or a twin-carport: Developed to meet the requirements of the dam project Spitallamm in Switzerland, WOLFFKRAN’s new TV 60 tower element boasts an impressive external dimension of 6 x 6 meters. Installation of the new XXL tower in combination with two WOLFF 1250 B luffers on the highaltitude construction site at the Grimsel Pass is estimated to take place in late summer.  Read more >>

GRI Unveils Rubber Collection Centre and GREENX Circle

Rubber Centre Opening

Sri Lanka’s unique geographical location, with its ideal climate and rich soil, makes it perfect for growing natural rubber trees. This distinctive natural rubber ensures exceptional quality and is used in all GRI’s tire manufacturing. GRI’s commitment to quality in its tire products begins from the careful selection of the finest raw materials to the finished product that leaves its factory. Read more >>

Source: Company Brand Press Office