Neponset, IL — As bulk handling equipment suppliers continue to make use of new and evolving technologies to develop “smarter” conveyor systems, a leading global manufacturer has introduced data tracking with QR codes on its belt cleaners and other components.
In line with the motto, “Building tomorrow with 60 years of experience,” BOMAG presented its extensive product portfolio plus a few novelties at Innovation Days. New introductions included the BW 154 APO and the 174 APO tandem rollers with split drums, currently available.
by Larry Bernstein Training employees so they can properly handle equipment is essential for every business, big or small. On the job training can be costly in terms of time and money. Then there is the frustration level that is inevitable when learning a new skill. For these reasons and more, using simulators is a […]
MENOMONEE FALLS, WI — Enerpac, an international market leader in high-pressure hydraulics, recently announced availability of its new CUSP-Series and CULP-Series high-tonnage ultra-flat cylinders designed for harsh conditions which require low clearance, especially for industrial maintenance and construction applications.
WATERLOO, ON — He may not directly hear or see them, but Dave Stickney fully understands that his arrival at a bridge or intersection is bound to elicit muttered words and the rolling of the eyes.