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  • GAP Hire Solutions has bought its first Vertical Digging System (VDS) excavator from Wacker Neuson.

    GAP bought the three-tonne Wacker Neuson EZ28 zero tail excavator for its hire fleet after the company supplied the machine for evaluation by GAP and engineers at Highland Council. The feedback, says GAP, was excellent. VDS enables progressive tilting of the superstructure by up to 15°.

  • New helper: WL32 in application in the Plitvice Lakes National Park

    The WL32 is delivered with six attachments for winter and summer application: the operators are excited about easier and more efficient work with the all-rounder and versatile attachments.

  • New generation: The wheel loaders WL60 and WL70

    The two largest wheel loader models WL60 and WL70 with an operating weight of six or seven tons are now available with new engines and additional options. They thus meet the current exhaust emission standards, offer customers even more comfort for efficient and fatigue-free work and increase productivity.

  • Visiting Wacker Neuson

    Getting to know the world of Wacker Neuson–that was the goal of the Wacker Neuson event week. At the Reichertshofen site, customers and dealers from all over Europe and the Middle East were able to extensively test products and exchange ideas with colleagues and experts. On Saturday, visitors from Reichertshofen and the surrounding area could then visit Wacker Neuson on the open house day.

  • Wacker Neuson battery-powered rammers last longer

    The running time of the AS50e and AS30e battery-powered rammers from Wacker Neuson has increased by 50 percent, thanks to the state-of-the-art battery cells used. However, nothing has changed in the practical application of the rammer: customers can switch to the new battery at any time and work with their existing AS30e and AS50e rammers as usual.

  • GAP and Wacker Neuson in record breaking year

    Wacker Neuson offers its customers 17 different models of track and wheel dumpers, which are in particular characterized by simple and safe operation thanks to the hydrostatic drive system. They can be used flexibly in order to meet individual customer needs and are characterized by good off-road capability and traction. Especially in rough terrain conditions, the dumper is indispensable as a transport vehicle.

  • The big one of the small ones: the mini excavator ET16

    The new tracked excavator ET16 from Wacker Neuson is especially suitable for excavation work in confined spaces and offers the operator a generous cabin for best working conditions.

  • Versatile transport helper for the rigors of construction sites

    No matter if soil, sand or plants: Wheel loaders are irreplaceable as transportation helpers. With the new WL28 Wacker Neuson proves once again that the compact construction and high load capacity of the machine as well as a high degree of flexibility can be merged without problems.

  • Wacker Neuson plans to open new factory in China

    The Wacker Neuson Group is planning to open a new plant near Shanghai in China. Initially compact excavators will be produced for the local market, further products will follow. It is planned that the first compact excavator should roll off the production line at the beginning of 2018.

  • A professional for England´s Gardens

    Landform Consultants of Chobham in Surrey has recently purchased a Wacker Neuson TH522 Compact Telehandler for tackling a wide variety of handling tasks wherever site space and access is at a premium.