With a history that can be traced all the way back to 1832, Volvo CE is one of the true pioneers of the construction equipment industry. The company is famed for its innovations in wheel loaders and articulated haulers, but also boasts more than 75 years of excavator experience.

In a recent summer day when a 52-ton (47 t) Samsung 450 hydraulic track excavator made its way through Sealy, Texas, on a trailer, the residents noticed. The machine was delivered from Memphis, Tenn., to purchaser Allen Brock, and came on an older-style Kenworth with an eight-axle load.

Hackling Inc., a Connecticut demolition and site construction company has utilized two Samsung SE 210s and a Parker tracked jaw crusher for its two recent projects. According to Robert Hackling, president of Hackling Inc., the company has been renting the Parker tracked jaw crusher with a radio remote control. The project that the company is currently working on involved the demolition of the East Hartford Plaza on Main Street in East Hartford, CT. On this site, a total of five buildings will come down.