When winter comes, things can get messy fast on the roads. Snow and ice often cause real traffic chaos and the most well-traveled roads are cleared as quickly as possible. At the same time, it is important that side roads, foot paths or parking lots are also reliably cleared of snow and ice. Compact and maneuverable machines are especially needed for these applications: This is where the wheel loaders and telehandlers of Wacker Neuson really come into their own – equipped with the right attachments.
Loading, looking around, reversing, maneuvering, turning, driving forward, unloading and repeating everything again – this is what a typical work sequence when transporting material with a dumper on the construction site looks like. But how can this process be shortened and made easier? Wacker Neuson offers an innovative solution: the Dual View dumper. They are used by customers in a wide range of applications, including dike construction works in Northern Germany.
A construction site that generates little noise and where no exhaust fumes are produced – not only do most residents dream of these, but so do many end users who usually spend eight hours working on the construction site. But how far are we actually from the emission-free construction site?
Save time and money with cost-efficient construction machines – customers of the rental company Catmech in South Africa know to appreciate this as much as reliability, versatility and user-friendliness. But not only that. Those who rent Wacker Neuson machines and equipment from “Catmech” also benefit from advantages that make life much easier.
In recent years media consumption has changed a lot: Where classic television with prime times used to be an important part of the day, streaming services are becoming increasingly popular. The key word here is “on demand”. This system is now finding its way into other areas of life – not least in the construction equipment sector. With the Wacker Neuson OnSite Box, construction equipment can be rented quickly and flexibly as required.
Around 50,000 vehicles a day – 1,128 metres long – the highest bridge in Germany: we are talking about the Kocher viaduct close to Heilbronn. As part of its rehabilitation, demolition work was done in the interior of the box girder completely emission-free.