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The next generation of Carlson’s CP100 commercial paver

Carlson Paving Products has introduced the CP100 II, the next generation of the company’s heavy duty commercial paver. The new platform delivers  enhanced efficiency and...

Kinshofer revamps its NOX Tiltrotator

Kinshofer has developed a range of tools especially adapted to the NOX Tiltrotator to guarantee the best efficiency available. Alongside clamshell buckets, demolition and sorting...

L-Series compact wheel loaders designed to tackle tougher tasks

John Deere’s new L-Series compact wheel loaders are designed to tackle the toughest job site tasks. Built for construction contractors, landscapers and rental centre operators,...

Designed for heavy lifting: Genie updates four telescopic boom models

Genie has revamped four of its telescopic boom models to perform a wider range of heavy lifting tasks on construction and industrial job sites. The...

Toro SmartTouch control mode streamlines pipe handling

With a simple switch, utility and underground contractors have a new solution to save time and streamline operations with the introduction of the Toro...

Case’s bigger mini excavator line up

Case Construction Equipment has expanded its mini excavator C Series line with the CX30C. With an operating weight of 2,731 kg and a 24.8 hp Tier...

Rototilt takes automation to a new level

Automation and intelligence are the two concepts at the heart of Rototilt product development. Utilizing Rototilt's ICS control system and tiltrotator to allow excavation...

Volvo’s EC27D compact excavator makes its North American debut

Volvo has introduced North America to its new EC27D compact excavator. The new machine features five per cent greater fuel economy than its predecessor, a...

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Landscape Ontario honours the best in its business

They describe it as the “Oscars” of the landscape industry. The 45th annual Landscape Ontario Awards of Excellence welcomed more than 600 industry members to...