All Site Dumpers Articles

New 3-tonne Stage V dumper from Mecalac
New “rental-tough” 3.5MDX cabbed site dumper designed for demanding applications on confined sites
Prinoth upgrades T14R rotating dumper
Tracked vehicle manufacturer’s next generation Panther T14R model now uses a Stage V Cat engine
New Kubota track dumpers feature Stage V engines
Kubota has expanded its tracked dumper range with two new rough terrain models
Wacker Neuson expands and updates products
Wacker Neuson has further expanded it range of light and compact products, including a new version of its battery powered concrete vibrator
B&W Plant Hire adds over 70 Mecalac dumpers
UK rental company’s multi-million pound deal will see Mecalac site dumpers delivered throughout 2021
Wirtgen to sell Prinoth tracked dumpers in Denmark
Tracked vehicle specialist Prinoth expands in Denmark with appointment of Wirtgen as its dealer
Mecalac puts on a show
French OEM promises to put ‘game-changing’ models through their paces
Wacker Neuson sees the future
German manufacturer unveils its ’Dual View’ wheeled dumper, with 180-degree seat rotation
Ausa steps forward with reversible dumper
Manufacturer launches DR1001AHG dumper with reversible driving position
JCB starts production of site dumpers
JCB 7T-1 Front Tip Hi-Viz model will be first of new range launched, after ending third-party agreement with Terex
JCB to launch site dumper range
JCB will launch a range of 1 to 10 tonne capacity site dumpers in February thanks to an OEM supply agreement with Terex
JCB to supply engines to Terex
Ecomax power units to be fitted in UK-made 6 tonne site dumpers
Hinowa showcases new tracked dumper
Samoter introduction for TX2500 Traxporter, featuring 2,500kg capacity as well as 180° rotation and tilting
Wacker Neuson unveils six tracked dumpers
All new range from Wacker Neuson covers the 500 kg to 2.5 tonne payload capacities.
New site dumpers from Ausa
Ausa has launched the 2,5 tonne D 250 AHGA articulated rotating site dumper designed specifically for the Central European and Scandinavian markets.
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