Articulated Hauler

A thorough equipment walkaround before starting a shift can make a big difference, and it doesn't need to take a lot of time. Every good articulated hauler operator should establish a daily routine of prestart checks. Regular machine upkeep can ensure safety, while improving productivity and uptime.

Terex Trucks is bringing both the TA300 and TA400 to ConExpo. As part of the Volvo family, the company will be sharing a booth in Las Vegas with other Volvo Group brands including Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Trucks and SDLG. Visitors to the company's F3432 booth will have the chance to take a closer look at both the TA300 and TA400 articulated haulers and discover the significant investments and improvements that have been made in the products, facilities, people and processes since Terex Trucks was acquired by Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) in 2015.

Volvo Construction Equipment continues to add to its portfolio of productivity services with the North American launch of Haul Assist, a system that shows how much material an articulated hauler has moved, providing operators data and real-time insights to help achieve optimal payloads and improve productivity.

After signing Maschinenbau Rehnen GmbH as its newest German dealer, Terex Trucks is experiencing increased demand for its articulated haulers. Maschinenbau Rehnen GmbH is currently renting a pair of TA300 articulated haulers out to two of its customers – and so far, the feedback has been excellent.

Bringing construction to life in the imaginations of children around the world, the 1:16 toy model of Volvo CE's A60H articulated hauler provides children with the "real-world" experience of handling one of the industry's top heavyweight machines.

Terex Trucks has updated its TA300 articulated hauler with the introduction of a new and improved transmission. The 30-ton (28-t) workhorse will now incorporate the latest EP320 transmission from ZF as standard. This results in a 5 percent improvement in fuel efficiency, as well as enhanced performance and productivity, when compared to the previous model working in the same application.

Inspired to give employees the skills to move ahead and confront the demand for an available workforce, contractor Allan Myers is launching a new three-year mission called Stepping Up. A fundamental tool of Stepping Up is the Myers Mobile Training Center, the result of a collaborative effort between Allan Myers, Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) and Volvo Financial Services (VFS).