Exhibitors showcased equipment, products and services from the refuse and waste, material handling, and recycling industries.
Recycling equipment companies offered the latest recycling systems, refuse and recycling equipment, refuse truck bodies and chassis and safety equipment. The tradeshow featured more than 600 exhibitors and over 14,000 participants.
Key note highlights at the event focused on the growth and advancement of innovations such robotic automation, AI technology and fully electric vehicles in the recycling industry.
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Volvo Construction Equipment’s Rob Palermo stands atop a LC45OH landfill compactor. The 90,000-lb. LC450H is powered by a 416-hp Volvo D13J Tier IV Final engine and offers excellent fuel efficiency.
Scott Ruderman, product specialist of Komatsu America Corporation, displays the WA380 wheel loader, fully geared up for the waste industry at 191 hp and 52,000 lbs.
Renato Rey, sales manager of Pemberton Attachments, displays the Pemberton waste bucket with paddles, available in capacities from 1.5 to 10 yds.
Brian Heffon, national sales manager of Palfinger North American, stands with the Pal Pro 43, designed to accept up to a 43,000 ft./lb. crane.
Bandit is taking stacking material to new heights with the PS-60X mobile stacking conveyor. The PS-60X can stack material as high as 28 ft. and features a throughput of 500 tons per hour, depending on the material. Posing with the PS-60X are (L-R) Detlef Harbrecht, Bethany Lenahan and Rui Ferreira, all of Bandit Industries.
Nick Rogers, product specialist of Liebherr, showcases the L 556 wheel loader built specifically for the waste industry. The XPower machine comes equipped with a power split transmission which allows up to 30 percent better fuel consumption.
Tony Bissonette (L) and Beau Masters of Custom Truck One Source take a much-deserved break.
Labounty’s John Portwood (L) and Bob Stuppy showcase a mobile demolition grapple (MDG)..
Erik Olson, vice president of RD Olson Manufacturing, Kelso, Wash., is ready to explain how RD Olson specializes in custom builds for the rock crushing, screening and recycling industries.
Housby Auctions is represented by Brennan Davey (L) and Hunter Warne.
Jeremy Scott of Thunder Creek Equipment exhibits the company’s redesigned service and lube trailer.
Nathaniel Waldschmidt, product marketing manager, Case Construction, displays the 2050M XLT, the largest dozer in the Case lineup.
Peter Grundin of Metso Minerals Industries, illustrates the improved performance and increased efficiency with the M&J PreShred 4000 crawler.