We are delighted to announce we have received EECA funding for New Zealand’s first robotic battery swap station for trucks. The trial station will be located in South Auckland and will be available to several truck companies.

The E700 6×4 ULT battery swap tractor undergoing endurance testing in China loaded to 49t GCM. The early data looks very good.

A few more electric E300 waste trucks for New Zealand ready to ship.

A walk around of the 20t electric wheel loader, first unit arriving at the end of the year.

We also have a couple of the smaller 6 tonne XC918EV arriving in October.

The P9 electric 90t dump truck has 500kW peak power from dual drive motors. LHD only at this stage.

Also ready to ship our first 12t CHL forklift heading for a timber yard in Auckland.

New log forks for CS Solution’s LW180K certainly look the part.

Another GR1003 ready to leave the factory for New Zealand.

For the first time in a while we have 6, 11, 14 and 19 tonne loaders in stock. Some are sold, some still available.

Swift Access Waikato’s first LC12 crawler scissor ready to head to Hamilton.

A short video of one of our rental units working in wet conditions.

A couple more XE80CTOR crawler scissors going out to repeat customers Ward Demolition and Matt Gibson Builders.

And another XE80N off to repeat customer Regal Haulage for use at their Tamahere workshop.

A larger XE140W off to Keith Upson Engineering in Wakefield.

Another container load of tandem trailers have arrived after a bit of a wait.

XCMGs European Research Centre can now offer “virtual commissioning” for access equipment faults. They create a “digital twin” of your machine with CAN data and can even track down tactile faults like a vibration. More about this here:

XCMGs SQZ4500 knuckle crane with 100tonne lift capacity

A nice looking tracked dumper with 360 degree rotation. This 15 tonne unit is powered by a 240hp QSB Cummins and is available for $168,000 + GST.

Some walking excavators for rescue services in China. With a good operator these machines can climb a 2.5m vertical wall and cross a 4m wide trench.

And put straight to work in the recent floods in China

An time lapse video of an XGC1200 crawler crane installing a massive wind turbine in China.