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RC Liebherr Excavator provides demo with shears and breaker

Posted by on 30 June 2017

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If you’re considering a new purchase for your heavy equipment fleet, you want to know what that machine can do. Understanding that need to see for yourself, Liebherr created a series of photos showing their 960 excavator using shears and a breaker. But wait – is that a giant whose feet you see in the background?

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Kobelco Provides Excellent Dig Depths with New Compact Excavator

Posted by on 8 June 2017


What could a new Kobelco compact excavator do to boost your productivity this summer? A lot, if your projects require zero tail swing radius, long reach, and/or deep digging. The Kobelco SK 17 and SK25 are designed specifically for rugged use and maximum maneuverability in constricted areas.

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Kobelco Breaks Ground for South Carolina Production Facility

Posted by on 17 June 2015

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A few months ago, we reported that Kobelco planned to build a new production and office facility here in the US, to serve customers across North America. Now, we're excited to report that Kobelco has broken ground at the 85-acre site and that project is underway.

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Compact Excavators: Small, yet still hefty enough to get the job done!

Posted by on 27 February 2015

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Not every excavator is right for every digging and lifting job. No matter what your construction projects are like, productivity and profitability depend on choosing the right machine. Compact excavators in the 3- to 4-ton range have proven to be an ideal choice for a wide range of jobs, thanks to their versatility.

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Excavator Buyer's Guide | Tracked vs Wheeled Excavators

Posted by on 30 September 2014

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Is a tracked excavator your obvious choice, or should you consider purchasing a wheeled excavator?  We’ve compiled this excavator buyer’s guide to help you compare tracked vs. wheeled excavators and determine which model represents a better investment for you. Warning: you may be surprised.

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Kobelco Raises Nearly $20,000 for Wounded Warriors

Posted by on 4 June 2014

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Here at Tracey Road Equipment, we?e always been proud of our association with excavators. But we'se especially pleased to recognize their recent initiative to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project(WWP). Having raised money ourselves for wounded warriors, we know first-hand the importance of this national organization.

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Kobelco's Rapid Growth Spurs Major U.S. Investment

Posted by on 24 January 2014

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In response to rapidly growing popularity of its line of crawler excavators here in the U.S., Kobelco Construction Machinery is fast-tracking plans to build a manufacturing facility and permanent North American headquarters in Katy, Texas. The company now expects their new facility to be up-and-running by this coming fall. Kobelco reports the new plant will make crawler excavators and also some parts, to serve North America and markets in Latin America as well.

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Contractor Tracks Down Stolen Excavator Via Social Media

Posted by on 21 January 2014

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You arrive at your job site first thing Monday morning, only to discover that two of your excavators are missing. Your crew and remaining equipment sit idle, while you call the police and wait for replacement machines to arrive at the site so you can get to work. You'se losing time and money, and now you have the added distraction of trying to find your missing equipment.

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Proper Maintenance is Key To Getting the Most Out Of A Mobile Shear

Posted by on 26 November 2013

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It's the same with any tool. If you take care of it, it will last longer. And the more expensive the tool, the more important this concept becomes. A mobile shear is a critical component to keep your business running productively, and you can easily expect to get hundreds of hours of work from it.

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