A dealer of Terex Trucks, TDL Equipment, is to bring the company’s TA300 articulated hauler to PlantWorx in June. This is the biggest show for the construction equipment industry.
TDL Equipment is to exhibit Terex Trucks’ upgraded TA300 articulated hauler, having sold its haulers and supported the company since 2000.
The hauler has recently been updated with a new transmission, which has led to improvements in fuel efficiency, performance, productivity, and operator comfort. This is when compared to the previous model working in the same application. The 28 t workhorse has eight forward gears and four reverse gears, helping to ensure smoother gear shifting. The maximum speed has also been increased from 50 km/hour (31 mph) to 55 km/hour (34 mph). The result is faster cycle times and a lower cost per tonne. The hauler is also equipped with independent front suspension as standard, further enhancing operator comfort, as well as enabling improved traction control and maximum productivity in the most challenging conditions.
“The upgraded TA300 delivers improved productivity, performance, and a 5% increase in fuel efficiency,” said Andrew Taylor, Dealer Principal at TDL Equipment. “Over the last few years, Terex Trucks has invested time and effort into further improving the quality of its haulers. The result is the upgraded TA300.”
“Terex Trucks draws on almost 70 years of expertise to create robust and durable articulated haulers that maximise productivity and return on investment,” said Paul Douglas, Managing Director of Terex Trucks. “We are proud of our strong hauling heritage and the significant recent investments and improvements we have made in our product line. We are continuing to invest in our products, people, and processes to ensure our TA300 and TA400 give support in the toughest applications – the upgraded TA300 is an example of this.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/31052019/terex-trucks-to-display-articulated-hauler-at-plantworx/
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