The first battery swap capable E700 semi tractor for New Zealand is now in final assembly. The E700 ULT 6×4 has a much lower tare weight and features disc brakes and airbag suspension. The worldwide debut for this model will be on our stand at the Fieldays® in June.
The E700 tippers feature the same battery swap technology as the 6×4 tractor. On this project the 30 unit fleet travels 160km (two round trips) before swapping the battery out. The fast battery swap gets the trucks back on the highway quickly to make the most of the lower operating costs.
A recent launch of four E300s for the Warehouse Group and Noel Leeming with the help of EECA funding. These trucks were leased through TR Group.
A transport talk article about these trucks https://transporttalk.co.nz/news/ev-trucks-for-the-warehouse-home-deliveries
XCMG’s hybrid 25 tonne truck crane is in testing. All lifting functions are powered by the battery, the driving power is from the diesel engine.
Three more 460hp Weichai powered TS2503’s have arrived in Penrose and are getting prepped for delivery to Hiway Stabilizers.
J.G Civil’s new LW180K ready for work in Silverdale.
Our first batch of XC9 series loaders for New Zealand are on their way.
The standard specification includes Cummins QSB engines, ZF automatic transmissions, ride control, radial tyres, quick hitches and Lincoln greasing.
The brochures are here:
XC938NZ 11 tonne, 132hp, 2.1cbm bucket $128,000 + GST
XC948NZ 14.5 tonne, 170hp, 2.4cbm bucket $158,000 + GST
XC958NZ 19.2 tonne, 220hp, 3.1cbm bucket $198,000 + GST
5 years ago we sold our first Mantall XE100W in New Zealand and delivered it all the way to Edendale. We now have well over 200 Mantalls running in New Zealand with more on the way.
Three more tracked scissors on their way to Hireways in Palmerston North.
Our LC12 electric tracked scissors with legs have arrived. The heavy duty 12m working height scissors feature full length track frames. Now available at $42,000 + GST
A 300 tonne XCMG excavator loading the latest 120 tonne rigid dumper
A mining spec GR2605 ready to go to work in Western Australia.