Stage V emissions regulations put identical constraints on all off-highway engines sold in Europe – but there is still plenty to differentiate the main manufacturers
The potential for artificial intelligence – or AI – is high on the social agenda. Seemingly, everyone from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to Tesla CEO Elon Musk has an opinion on the impact of AI on our everyday lives. But how will the technology of today impact the construction of tomorrow?
Despite President Trump’s assertions that he will relax engine emissions standards in the USA, the industrial vehicle market will remain focused on cleaner engine technology, Dana CTO George Constand tells iVT
Following retirement from his most recent role as senior product marketing manager for Hyster UK and receiving a lifetime achievement award at the 2017 Fork Lift Truck Association Awards in March, David Rowell looks back on the developments he witnessed over 44 years in the materials handling industry, and shares his thoughts about the future.
Hyundai has just launched its first-ever wheel loader with a 6.3 cubic yard bucket – plugging a gap in its 9-series range. iVT got an exclusive look at the launch of this all-new machine at conexpo in las vegas, earlier this year
Materials handling expert Tracy Brooks from Hyster reveals some of the trends to watch out for in the automotive supply chain as we approach 2018.
Jenny Elfsberg is happy. As Volvo Construction Equipment’s director of emerging technologies, she is in what she describes as a “luxury position”, the primary purpose of which is to ensure the company innovates.
The machine that redefined the construction vehicle market over 60 years ago is still being refined with new models that are more versatile than ever – and the new 3CX Compact is no exception
An exclusive case study of Liebherr’s new 100 metric ton mining haul truck, the T236. Including insight from Dr Burkhard Richthammer, general manager for midsize trucks at Liebherr and Scott Bellamy, senior product manager for Liebherr Mining Trucks.
Many believe the days of mines having to contend with noisy, polluting diesel engines are numbered – which is why electric powertrain manufacturer Artisan is now building its own vehicles