Premiering in a three-axle version at World of Concrete 2018, the Charger front discharge mixer was billed as Terex Advance’s first true city-class truck designed and built specifically for delivering concrete in urban areas. In advance of its fourth quarter production, Terex has promoted the Charger with demonstrations in the Southeastern market, including stops in Miami (Supermix) and Atlanta (Thomas Concrete), with plans to visit all major metro areas in the country.Read More
Terex Advance and Terex Services have announced a cooperative agreement to enhance customer service to concrete producers and mixer truck owners across the United States. It will augment the services and repairs of Terex Advance customer equipment by providing on-site support and parts at Terex Services facilities. The program will start at Charlotte, N.C., and Whitehouse, Tenn., facilities, with intentions to expand the support offerings coast to coast.Read More
Terex Corp. has shifted its Fort Wayne, Ind.-based front discharge mixer truck business from the Construction Americas specialty products portfolio to the Materials Processing segment. Terex Mixer Trucks joins Fuchs material handlers, Bid-Well automatic roller pavers, plus Powerscreen, Finlay and other minerals processing and washing equipment.Read More
Agency, academic and private sector officials assessed long-range infrastructure planning against demographic changes, technology developments and funding mechanisms during a Northwestern University Transportation Center-hosted symposium, staged to release the Association of Equipment Manufacturers-commissioned “Mobility 2050” study.Read More
With its 33.8-ft. front axle to tag axle span and 11-yd. drum, the Terex FDB7000 Front Discharge Mixer offers a full 10-yd. capacity, while meeting the strict Federal Bridge Formula standard. It gives producers in Bridge Formula-bound states the ability to cross highway and interstate bridges with the FDB7000 carrying its maximum payload.
Eyeing global scale and near-term earnings synergy upward of $120 million, Westport, Conn.-based Terex Corp. and Konecranes Plc of Helsinki plan an all-stock “merger of equals,” creating a company whose 2014 revenues totaled about $10 billion. Terex and Konecranes shareholders will own approximately 60 percent and 40 percent of the combined business, respectively, which will operate as Konecranes Terex Plc, with headquarters in Finland and major corporate functions in Connecticut.
For Delaware Valley Concrete (DVC), it was never an issue if the company would add compressed natural gas (CNG) -powered mixers to its fleet, but when and what design. The Hatboro, Pa., producer’s core values hold sustainability efforts in high regard, and management is not afraid to try emerging technologies and gain a competitive edge wherever possible.