Central Pennsylvania contractor fields more competitive equipment by focusing on fleet basics and coaxing cost-reducing expertise from dealer relationships
Peoria hopes to make technology converts by offering free trials of integrated grade control on their new 25-tonne excavator and payload measuring system on mid-sized wheel loaders
The transition to Tier 4 engine technology will continue through January 2015. Understanding the implications of this transition and what to expect as new machines enter the market will help you determine what machine will best fit your needs.
Average single-family starts during the second and third quarters of this year are 6% above the same period of 2013
‘The housing market is fundamentally sounder than it has been in years,’ with moderating home prices, normalizing foreclosure rates and stabilizing, healthy job growth
May’s 6.5% drop in housing starts ends four months of slow growth, and flagging mortgage origination begs questions about housing’s direction
The CONEXPO 2014 announcement of a standard for communicating equipment-telematics data marks a paradigm shift destined to change the competitive-bid playing field
Attendance demonstrated the energy of a genuinely recovering construction market, equipment introductions reflected a range of manufacturers' outlooks from guarded optimism to opportunistic innovation
With EcoBoost grown to the most-popular power option in the most popular half-ton pickup truck, 2014 is bringing the first fuel-economy war to trucks
ProCare program offers no-charge maintenance and repair for three years on the heaviest Case earthmovers. Will it be enough to inspire brand swapping?
New report measures contractors' improvements in project ROI, cost and delivery time as a result of safety-program investments
Caterpillar's 336E Hybrid excavator and Deere's 644K Hybrid loader are both moving about 50% more tons of material per gallon of fuel burned. Can you afford not to check them out?
The airless radial tire outperforms everything round, is flatproof, maintenance-free and offers one of the most fundamental paradigm shifts in vehicles
More than half of motor carriers say the diesel emissions technology coming to off-road equipment has improved fuel economy but maintenance experience is mixed