Bobcat Company has released its first Tier 4 600 frame-size loaders — the S630 and S650 skid-steer loaders and the T630 and T650 compact track loaders.
At 74 hp (55 kW) and with a rated operating capacity of 2,100 lbs. (952 kg), the L221 is the largest, most powerful of New Holland’s three radial arm skid steer models.
“We are inviting everyone to celebrate with us…anyone who has ever bought, built, sold or used a Bobcat loader…”
In addition to eliminating the need for a DPF, the new engines used in 500 frame-size loaders will have 4 to 12 percent increase in torque.
Caterpillar is introducing three new Cat D Series Compact Track Loaders and three new Cat D Series Multi Terrain Loaders as well as two updated D Series Compact Track Loaders.
“We were looking for a quality skid steer to go into our rental line and this certainly fits that requirement. It is a well-designed, comfortable unit that is capable of meeting the demands of any job.”
When complete, the Acceleration Center will be a modern complex for advancing innovation where professionals utilize technology and modern design.
The Bobcat Asphalt Preservation Tools help answer a growing need for eco-friendly restoration processes that will decrease expenses and extend the life of road and highway repairs.
Since 1972, when we launched our first Skid Steer Loader, New Holland has been a leader in the agricultural and construction customer segments.
Bobcat once again brings innovation to compact equipment with the introduction of a new extendable arm option for the M-Series E32 and E35 compact excavators.