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Cat Expands Underground Truck Design Portfolio

Cat AD30Caterpillar Underground Mining Pty, Ltd. (CUGM) has acquired the intellectual property of underground articulated truck designs from Ground Force Worldwide. This agreement will provide Caterpillar with additional design options in the 20-metric-tonnes and smaller payload class. 

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Stedman Expands Testing and Toll-Processing Facility

StedmanThe Stedman Machine Co. expanded its testing and toll-processing facility with two horizontal-shaft impactors and a vertical roller mill fine grinding system. Other full-size equipment includes cage mills, vertical shaft impactors, hammer mills, vertical roller mills and lump breakers. Open, closed circuit, and air-swept systems can be used for pre-purchase testing, process development and toll processing.

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ACS Expands Its Market Opportunities with a Gantry Robot

ACS 00011677Since 1968, ACS Industries has been in the business of providing attachments for large-scale earthmoving and construction equipment. In the aftermath of the recessionary economy of 2008 and 2009, the company was ready to dig deeper and build a more enduring presence in new markets. A robotic system designed in collaboration with Lincoln Electric helped to make it happen.

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DSC Dredge Sends Dredge Manteo to North Carolina

MIF Dredge3The North Carolina Department of Transportation recently took delivery of a new, fully customized cutter suction dredge, which it christened the Dredge Manteo in a ceremony held April 28, at the NCDOT State Shipyard in Manns Harbor, N.C.

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JCB Receives $35 Million Delivery

JCB DISPLAY LOGO 5COLOURIn early 2015, JCB received what was then the company’s largest single vessel shipment of 341 construction and agricultural machines to the Georgia Ports Authority from its manufacturing facility in the United Kingdom (UK). That record was broken when recently JCB’s UK facility shipped more than 400 machines worth more than $35 million to the Georgia Ports Authority.

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