Toro announced the introduction and availability of all-new snow removal attachments for the Toro Dingo compact utility loader line — the 4 and 5-ft. Boss snowplow attachments. With a simple changeout of attachments, Dingo units can effectively and efficiently handle even the most challenging snow and ice removal tasks, according to the manufacturer.
Toro announces a brand-new attachment offering for the Toro Dingo compact utility loader product line, the versatile 4-in-1 bucket attachment. This high-strength and high-performance attachment can handle a variety of earthmoving tasks without the need to change out Dingo attachments.
Toro and Ditch Witch will continue their recently announced organizational integration by co-sponsoring The ARA Show 2020 Keynote Session on Feb. 10, 2020, in Orlando, Fla. The ARA Show Keynote Session will feature speaker Marcus Lemonis, chairman and CEO of Camping World.
The annual GIE+Expo Green Industry and Equipment Expo (GIE+Expo) was held Oct. 16 to 18 at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville, Ky. Sponsored by the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), Outdoor Power Equipment Institute Inc. (OPEI) and Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) the GIE+EXPO is co-located with Hardscape North America, which is produced by Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute and endorsed by the Brick Association and the National Concrete Masonry Association.
The team at Landscape Renovations, a design and installation company in Afton, Minn., was searching for a new machine that would fit its needs. The machine had to be able to fit into a confined, fenced-in area. It had to have low ground pressure, but be able to carry pallets of landscape blocks, trees and shrubs.
The Toro Company announced that it is realigning the organizational structure for its underground construction businesses to better serve customers, maximize synergies and streamline costs.
The company intends to combine certain aspects of the Ditch Witch, American Augers and Trencor businesses, all of which were part of the Charles Machine Works acquisition announced earlier this year.
Toro has enhanced its TRX walk-behind trencher linewith two new models .
The new TRX-250 and TRX-300 feature Intelli-Trench technology, an innovation that optimizes the machine's hydraulic flow for the digging conditions. This system automatically diverts the hydraulic flow from the traction motors, providing more power for the trencher head.
Boss Products, a division of The Toro Company, acquired the Snowrator brand in March 2018 and set about a redesign to take the one-of-a-kind product from good to great. Using its more than 30 years of experience in snowplow design, Boss re-engineered the Snowrator to maximize the performance and reliability of this multi-tasking, labor-saving solution for snow and ice contractors.
During The ARA Show 2019 in Anaheim, Calif., Toro shared information about new products and programs.
Visitors to the Toro booth got a sneak peek of a battery-powered Dingo compact utility loader, the Toro e-Dingo. The unit is ideal for applications that require zero emissions, and features non-marking tires, a tire that prevents scuffing for indoor use.
Toro recently introduced the Dingo TXL 2000 compact utility loader to construction, rental and landscaping markets. Along with the launch of the latest Dingo model, Toro is now introducing a full lineup of attachments to complement the compact utility loader.
The Toro Company has reported net earnings of $59.5 million, or $0.55 per share, on a net sales increase of 10 percent to $603 million for its first quarter ended February 1, 2019. In the comparable fiscal 2018 period, the company delivered net earnings of $22.6 million, or $0.21 per share, on net sales of $548.2 million.