Crawlers

The new Doosan DX800LC-7 crawler excavator was shown for the first time in North America during ConExpo-Con/AGG 2020, March 10-14. Paired with a 6.1 cu. yd. bucket at ConExpo, it is the biggest model in the company's excavator lineup. The Tier IV-compliant DX800LC-7 is scheduled to be available in North America in late 2020.

i+iconSOUTHEAST of Virginia Beach, Va., rented a new 150-ton (136.08-t) 238 HSL lattice crawler from Link-Belt Mid-Atlantic for multiple Virginia Department of Transportation bridge projects on the Blackwater River, near Wakefield, Va. From a temporary 300 ft.

Every year, Prinoth, a North American manufacturer, participates in the Electric Utility Fleet Management Conference (EUFMC). Held in Virginia, EUFMC is the meeting place for fleet managers specialized in electric utility in the U.S. and Canada. Electric Utility: A Primary Market Electric Utility has been a primary market for Prinoth for decades.

With original construction more than 100 years ago, the Panama Canal, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans through Central America, has had numerous upgrades through the years. Recently, a massive 10-year project to construct a third set of locks and increase the capacity of the canal was completed by Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC), an international consortium of industrial contractors.

Gradall Industries has announced the introduction of Series V hydraulic excavator models, including the upgrade to Tier 4-Final compliant diesel engines, acquired in an arrangement with Volvo Penta. Tier 4 Final-compliant five- and eight-liter diesel engines meet the highest global standards including the demanding Stage IV (EU) and Tier 4 Final (US) emission reduction requirements.