In today’s show: HS2 looks North; Caterpillar highlights dozer technology in a brand-new video; we look to the forestry sector for some attachment inspiration; and can you rub your belly and pat your head at the same time?
PLUS we look back at our first-ever Saturday Social and ahead to the second show.
In today’s show: How does a big float float; Reg the roving robot reporter checks out a smart but creepy new development from Caterpillar; it’s plane sailing for Simex; and we have a blast from the past from Cape Canaveral.
PLUS we will be looking ahead to tomorrow’s first-ever Saturday Social show.
In today’s show: Breedon backs the Hitachi brand and buys two BIG excavators; the countdown to Bauma 2022 has begun; and our roving robot reporter Reg checks out the latest mini excavator offering from Yanmar.
PLUS we have an epic bridge blast all the way from Sicily.
In today’s show: CASE is a safe bet in Las Vegas; Sunward unleashes a new two tonne class mini excavator; we take a fresh look at the smallest of the new A-Series excavators from Hyundai; and our robot reporter Reg gets another outing. This time he is checking out the latest wheeled excavator from those fine folks at Doosan.
PLUS we look ahead to tonight’s massive Attachments LIVE show in conjunction with Steelwrist.
In today’s show: Manitou sets out its environmental mission; Hyundai has lifted the lid on three new A-Series excavators – We take a closer look; and we’re multi-tasking in Finland, courtesy of Engcon.
PLUS stick around to the end of the show as we bring you what might just be the most beautiful demolition video in the world.
In today’s show: No news is bad news as the Didcot investigation looks set to drag on; we’re out on site with Content with Media’s Peter Haddock as he checks out the UK’s first Cat 395 excavator; there are calls for expelled migrant workers to be invited back to the UK to help ease the industry skills shortage; there is a versatility overload when Mecalac and Engcon come together
PLUS we take a look at Hitachi’s electric solution to powering some of its largest equipment.