Dumpers

Chesapeake Specialty Equipment was born of opportunity. The Jessup, Md., company was launched at the beginning of 2020 at the invitation of AUSA, the Barcelona, Spain, manufacturer of construction equipment. AUSA executives had sought to open a dealership in the mid-Atlantic region of the East Coast and persuaded John A.

Wacker Neuson's dual view dumpers bring a new perspective to material handling. The unique concept allows the entire operator's console to swivel 180 degrees so the operator is always facing the task. Now available in North America, the DV series of dumpers provide optimal visibility, regardless of the working direction or payload size, according to the manufacturer.

During ConExpo 2020, in booths C22231 in Central Hall and F3263 in Festival Grounds, Prinoth tracked vehicles and Prinoth vegetation management will be exhibiting numerous models and talk about many of the applications where its products are used on the right-of-way and in many other situations.

A switchyard expansion job for a utility customer required at least a year-and-a-half commitment working around difficult job site limitations. Complicating factors including energized high-power overhead electrics, OSHA clearance requirements and narrow access to the work area left little room for machinery.

Mecalac, a global designer, manufacturer and distributor of compact construction equipment for urban environments, introduced the TA3SH Power Swivel site dumper for increased versatility and safety on job sites. The site dumper is part of the TA3 range, which is designed for the small to medium job site, and is particularly useful in crowded or confined areas.