MINI EXCAVATORS: THE 6 BIGGEST ADVANTAGES

Mini or compact excavators are excavators, the weight of which varies between 0.7 and 8.5 tons. Just like their bigger brothers, people use mini excavators for digging, lifting and carrying tasks on different job sites.

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CHINESE BUSINESS CULTURE: 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

As we know, China has been named the world’s second largest economy since 2010. In 2021, 143 Chinese companies were listed in the Global Fortune 500, and this number has been increasing every year. As a result, many overseas companies and individuals choose to do business with or in China. However, if you have no experience in dealing with Chinese business culture, you might find it tricky and slightly confusing. It has very distinct differences from the western way of doing business.

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NEW REALITY: CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY GLOBAL TRENDS

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic affected all sectors of the economy, including the construction equipment industry. The crisis has passed, and today, in 2022, we are witnessing an economic recovery. In this article, we are talking about construction machinery global trends in 2022.

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HOW TURKEY MANURE LED TO SKID LOADER INVENTION

In 1957, Eddie Velo, a farmer from Minnesota, decided to expand his turkey business, but was faced with cleaning out turkey manure from his barn. Some construction machinery already exists, but standard loaders are bulky and lack mobility for indoor use. His friends Cyril and Louis Keller invented the first three-wheeled front-end loader.

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WEITAI’s new TSL series loaders

4 REASONS FOR YOU TO BUY A COMPACT TRACK LOADER

CTL or a compact track loader is a highly efficient and maneuverable construction machine, which has a wide range of applications. CTL was designed as an upgraded version of a skid steer loader and has some advantages over the latter. Here are 5 reasons why you might prefer a compact track loader to other earthmoving machines.

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WHY IT IS CALLED A SKID-STEER LOADER

The name comes from the way it turns. The angle of the skid steer wheels or tracks is fixed and we steer by speeding up one side of the vehicle, with the wheels skidding through the ground in the turn.

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