On the trail of heritage machines

Clark-Michigan rolled out it’s twin-engined scraper- the 110HT, in 1970. The machine was a reasonable success for C-M and over 1000 were produced. A small number trickled into NZ, although no-one is sure exactly how many arrived, or where they ended up working. In 2009 Richard Campbell wrote about the NZ imports in a Classic…

Introducing myKomatsu: buy parts online, quickly and easily

Komatsu New Zealand has launched myKomatsu, a new online parts customer portal that makes ordering parts a quick and easy process. Available 24/7 throughout New Zealand, myKomatsu has been designed to ensure that customers order the right parts for their machines and are through to checkout as quickly as possible. It is completely cross-platform, allowing…

Vault Solo introduces SoloDrive

NZ company Vault Intel has recently added a new tool to complement its wearable software technology product Vault Solo. SoloDrive is a fleet management software product that uses a matrix system to assess user performance under categories and scores each journey undertaken with a performance total. Any manager responsible for a fleet of vehicles will…

Bridging the Waimak

The Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC) Alliance is the head contractor on a $240 million project which sees the Main North Road and the Western Belfast By-Pass converge with the new Northern Corridor just south of the Waimakariri River. Currently the Alliance is engaged in a 16 month long project adding additional traffic and cycle lanes…