February 14th is all about sharing love, so we are sharing 7 reasons to LOVE our construction equipment this Valentine’s Day. Read below to see why we think you’ll really DIG our products. 1: Our Dealer Network At Hyundai, we know the importance of a good equipment dealer when it comes to purchasing and running […]
As any operator knows, preventative maintenance is the key to keeping your equipment up and running, saving you hours of uptime in the long run. By adding these few tips to your daily routine, you can increase the longevity of your equipment and reduce the amount of downtime you experience. Before starting your equipment for […]
In 2005, Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas entered the compact excavator market. Since then, Hyundai has released five generations of mini excavators, including their most recent release, the A-Series. Launching this series is the HX85A, the largest compact excavator offered by Hyundai. Read below to find out why the HX85A is the perfect addition to your fleet. […]
Hyundai wheel loaders are customer-inspired and precision-designed to keep you running comfortably and productively 365 days a year. Why choose Hyundai Loaders for your operation? Powerful Z-bar linkage Extended reach, XT models provide up to 16% more dump clearance to clear today’s larger feed mixers. Proven ZF Automatic Hydraulic Locking Front Axle Benefit: maximum traction […]
Why the HL980 Hyundai Wheel Loader with Deep Tread Rock Tires Is Perfect for Shell Mining
The HL980, Hyundai’s largest wheel loader (69,600 lbs,) is ideal for shell mines and other aggregate operations. Deep tread rock tires are very durable in quarries with hard compacted soil and sharp shells.
Corey Rogers, V.P. of Marketing for Hyundai dealer network NED, LLC, shares top features on the HL980 wheel loader* equipped with heavy-duty rock tires while on-site at Earthmover’s customer J. McKinnon Development’s Florida sand and shell pit. Learn more about this powerful large Hyundai wheel loader fitted with rock tires, and why it’s perfect for shell mining in the video below.