Terex Trucks

It's back to school for Franco Builders as the family-owned contractor takes on two major new high school projects in the Houston area — Alvin ISD (Independent School District) High School 4 and Fort Bend ISD High School 12. (L-R): Manuel Franco, owner of Franco Builders; Vic Palermo, sales representative of Easton Sales & Rentals; and Jose Zuniga, owner of Franco Builders.

With around 170 articulated haulers sold annually in Georgia, Terex Trucks has signed a new dealer in the state — Border Equipment — to support the growing demand from customers choosing dump trucks in North America. Construction is the largest contributor to the U.S.

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.

Hills Machinery Company LLC announced Nov. 8 that it has partnered with Prophet Equity II LP to make an equity investment to acquire an interest in Hills Machinery. Headquartered in Columbia, S.C., with seven locations that serve North and South Carolina, Hills is one of the largest Case Construction dealerships in the United States, with a focus on heavy equipment offered by Case Construction, Terex Trucks, a full line of recycling products, and other leading construction equipment manufacturers.

Terex Trucks, the Scottish articulated hauler manufacturer, has big plans for North America. The company wants to expand its already 35-strong North American dealer network, bringing its TA300 and TA400 machines to even more customers throughout the region.

With hundreds of billions of euros being spent on German infrastructure projects over the coming years, Terex Trucks has identified Germany as a key market. The articulated hauler manufacturer already has three dealers in the country but it's keen to sign more – not least because its upgraded TA300 was recently launched there.

Terex Trucks' recently updated TA300 articulated hauler will soon be making its first international tradeshow appearance at bauma Munich 2019. Visitors to the bauma 2019 exhibition in Munich, Germany, will have the chance to get up close to the newly upgraded Terex Trucks TA300 articulated hauler.

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Construction is big business in British Columbia right now, with lots of large-scale projects taking place across the region. That's why Terex Trucks has decided to strengthen its presence there by signing a new dealer: RDM Equipment Sales and Rentals.

In 2018, the U.S. construction industry is expected to grow by 5 percent due to positive trends in housing and large-scale infrastructure projects. In addition, Canadian construction is expected to increase by 4 percent in 2018. As a result of this predicted growth, Terex Trucks is expanding its operations and has hired a new regional sales manager to cover the north eastern territory of the United States and Canada.

Volvo CE is set to enter the rigid hauler market with a complete Volvo-branded range. Using the expertise of its Motherwell facility in Scotland, the range consists of four machines, starting at the 45-ton (40.8 t) R45D and extending up to the flagship 100-ton (90.7 t) R100E.