Newly-launched Hyundai R850LC-9 excavators – designed for high power and superior performance – are excelling in tough conditions in Southern Africa.
“HPE Africa’s commitment to the local market is to keep abreast with global trends in construction equipment. This initiative encompasses the regular launch of new
The Cat 390F excavator with a crawler undercarriage has been updated to deliver improved productivity and lower costs.
At CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 Caterpillar will present its extensive line of machines and technology and a whole line of customer support capabilities. With 40 machines on display in two
The new company will be dedicated to customers within mining and civil engineering.
The Atlas Copco Board is proposing a split of Atlas Copco Group, which will turn the Mining and Rock Excavation Technique Business Area and division Construction Tools into a separate company. The new
The secured order book for SA’s construction companies has shown a declining trend since 2014.
South Africa’s construction industry faced a challenging year in 2016 with ongoing pressure on margins, lower revenue and lower order books.
“The tough economic conditions in 2016 did not spare the construction
Paul Williamson, sales director Africa at IronPlanet.
Paul Williamson, sales director Africa at IronPlanet, explains the varying demand across the African region for used heavy equipment, and why it must be considered a region of immense opportunity by global, online auction platforms.
The demand for used
More than ever energy efficiency has become a critical component of operating a successful earthmoving or mining fleet.
Major selling points of equipment remain their ability to consume less fuel while offering more productivity.
This exactly why so many original equipment manufacturers have invested so much time
Caterpillar’s 320 DL was caught helping mine essential aggregate for a large road construction contract under way outside Port Alfred at a commercial quarry.
Caterpillar has long been associated with quality and is a dominant force in the South African “yellow” metal market.
Backed by its powerhouse
Equipment Africa recently witnessed this CX210B in action at Case’s Eagle Days in South Africa.
This machine is owned by Mashova, a powerhouse player in the local and Mozambican plant hire sector.
The Case brand is also affiliated to other prominent players in South Africa’s plant hire