June 2021

The E700 ULT 6×4 battery swap tractor has arrived. The worldwide debut will be on our stand at the Fieldays next week June 16th to 19th at Mystery Creek.

We lifted the battery pack off to simulate the battery swap procedure.

A short video of the truck leaving our building:
https://youtu.be/V-p-TsGhVSk
Landex and Etrucks are back at site D24 near Gate 4 in the heavy equipment zone for the Fieldays next week.

Meanwhile in China the first 300 of the standard E700 electric tractors have been delivered to Turpan, south of the Gobi desert. 

Our latest 10,000kg GVM E300 has also arrived. A duration test down to Cambridge came in at 230km to 20% battery remaining as a cab chassis.

A short video of XCMG’s latest 60t hybrid crane. This one has 5G connectivity for full remote control. You can drive it from anywhere in the world with decent cellphone reception.
https://youtu.be/RPv_jAL6KPo
A demonstration stacking oil drums to show how precise the 5G control system can be.

A ground breaking ceremony for XCMG’s 1000 acre “new energy” facility. The factory will cost NZD1.2billion and initially produce 10,000 electric trucks a year.

Atlas Quarries have taken delivery of their new GR2405 grader on the Brynderwyns.

A longer video of the next size up the “T5” GR2605. This is the model used by Rio Tinto in Australia in full mining spec with joystick control
https://youtu.be/eFuS7O-EeVM

Delivery day of Delta Contracting’s XC948 at Opotiki.

Delivery day for Sandford Spreadings new XC938NZ for use in their bulk store in Waverley.

Our 4WD forklift ready to deliver to McDonald Concrete Group in Whanganui. They will kindly loan it back to us for display at the Fieldays.

Delivery day of another XE80CT OR to Uzit Hire in Whakatane.

Our first  Mantall 12m diesel XD120RT is on the water to New Zealand.

XCMG’s first autonomous 240 tonne dumper has begun trials in Shenyan. 

Just released the 70 tonne capacity fully electric mining dump truck with 700kW (930hp) peak power.

A few 28m XCMG stick booms getting ready for a refurbish of the “birds nest” stadium in Beijing ahead of next years winter Olympics.

Regards

Ross Linton
Director
Ph 021 557 376

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