Hillhead/QMJ 2024

September 2019 Issue 185

First impressions: SANY SY155U: Pre-production version of this compact radius 15-tonne class excavator.

Owner-operator: Pamela Evans: The owner of Evans Excavations aims to attract more female operators.

New product: Powerbully: we report from Germany on Kässbohrer’s range of off –road machinery.

Special news: Luton rapid transport: A BSP DX-SP25 impact hammer is central to the Luton DART project.

First drive: Komatsu PC360I-11: Report from Birtley, Gateshead, on Komatsu’s latest intelligent excavator.

News: A round-up of the latest news from the earthmoving and associated machinery industry.

Attachments: Processing buckets: We track the latest developments in crusher and screener buckets.

First impressions: Hyundai HX300: New 30-tonner on Derby Crushing & Screening’s machinery fleet.

Plant hire: Blackwood: The fleet of JCB JS131 Plus excavators supplied to Blackwood Plant Hire.

Euro focus: Maskinexpo: The latest developments in Scandinavian muck-shifting technology on display.

Fleet focus: Bullimores: Report on new Hitachi machinery working on quarry duties in Lincolnshire.

New products: Drilling rigs: We report on the latest developments in foundation and piling rigs.

Market review: Compact crushers: Processing equipment aimed at recycling small to medium volumes.

Machine control: Wooldridge: Surrey-based group has adopted machine guidance on its excavators.

Technology: Case Tetra: Graham Black reports from Turin on Case’s futuristic-looking wheel loader.

Classic Plant: Recovery: The recovery and restoration of a 2000-tonne Marion walking dragline.

Factory visit: Pladdet: Progress of a Dutch family business that specialises in machine attachments.

Classic plant: Swedish show: Earthmovers reports from Stockholm on a classic Broyt at work.

Plantmobilia: Digging & hauling: The latest 1:50-scale Komatsu models from NZG, Universal Hobbies and First Gear.