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It’s all in the Wrist

A lifelong love of diggers and a desire to start his own business led Alan Gow to purchase his first machine – a used JCB 3CX – at the age of 19. Now, as …

“You definitely get what you pay for”

AN Aberdeenshire groundworks firm has paid tribute to the quality of Takeuchi excavators, which have helped the firm carry out a number of challenging tasks …

New MD has hit the Ground running

THE new managing director of ground engineering and equipment specialist Groundforce UK has told Project Plant he has “absolute optimism” about the …

Doosan launches new mini-excavator

Doosan has launched the new DX17Z mini-excavator, which is “ideal” for rental and urban construction sites with limited space, the company has claimed. The …

Kubota to show off environmentally-friendly mini

KUBOTA is set to launch what it claims to be the “most eco-friendly mini excavator on the market in its category”. The 4-tonne KX042-4 will be …

Mobile crane purchase is a Plus point for Falkirk firm

A Falkirk-based family business has been singing the praises of Liebherr cranes after purchasing its third machine from the manufacturer. Horizon Reinforcing …

Latest Volvo machines set for Alloa event

VOLVO are giving visitors the opportunity to test drive a range of machines at a special event in Alloa on March 24 and 25. Registered attendees to the …

Steelwrist unveils new Powertilt solution

Tiltrotator manufacturer Steelwrist is to launch a new Powertilt with front pin lock technology, in co-operation with Parker/Powertilt AG. The Steelwrist …

JCB aims to become major player in powered access sector

JCB has entered the powered access market for the first time, vowing to become a major player in the $8 billion sector. Project Plant attended the launch of …

Eagle makes flying start to 2017

Eagle Plant Hire has started 2017 on a high, placing orders for 21 new Kubota mini-excavators from Young Plant Sales and 12 new rammers from Murray Plant. …