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2004 Cat D5GXL with 4,300 hrs, cab and 6 way blade $63,000.

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New John Deere L-Series Compact Wheel Loaders Built for construction contractors, landscapers and rental center operators, the new John Deere 204L and 304L compact wheel loaders deliver higher productivity, increased uptime and lower daily operating costs. An evolution of the 204K and 304K models, the L-series models are built for tasks that require peak productivity in small spaces and over rough terrain. “We’re packing more productivity and efficiency into the wheel loader with the release of our LSeries models,” said Drew Miller, product marketing manager, compact wheel loaders, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “Perfect for year-round use, these workhorses were designed to take on tough jobs from warmer summer months to snowy winter conditions, while enabling the use of a versatile attachments portfolio when you need them.” The 62 horsepower (46

easier means of machine upkeep. The new models also offer extended service intervals for engine oil/filter, final drives oil and hydraulic oil. Creature comforts on the new 204L and 304L increase operator comfort and efficiency. Owners have the option of selecting an enclosed cab or open station, providing unmatched 360-degree attachment visibility. An improved interior cooling system keeps the operator comfortable in warmer temperatures. Providing superior versatility, the L-Series compact wheel loaders are compatible with over 100 John Deere Worksite Pro attachments. Redesigned as a result of extensive customer and dealer feedback, the auxiliary hydraulic control used for attachments has been moved to the primary joystick to increase attachments productivity and ease of use. An optional LED lighting package provides a more reliable light source to increase productivity in low light conditions. b

kW) 204L and 67 horsepower (50 kW) 304L models are equipped with Final Tier 4 Yanmar engines and fuel-efficient hydrostatic transmissions to keep noise to a minimum while still providing the productivity needed on the job. An optional ride control is now available, which reduces material spillage and makes for a smoother ride over rough and uneven terrain. Automatically activated front and rear differential locks provide increased traction in harsh conditions. The machine height of the 204L is also configurable to less than 8 feet, ideal for jobs with overhead space constraints. The L-Series compact wheel loaders are equipped with features to minimize maintenance. Hydraulically released, self-adjusting park and service brakes, ground-level maintenance points accessibility and excellent cooler access provide safer and Source: John Deere

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Larson’s New Hazardous Location Power Distribution System Larson Electronics LLC, a leading industrial lighting company, announced the release of a new hazardous location power distribution system. Built with C1D2 compliant equipment, this power distribution system is designed for operators to power their three-phase 480V and 120V equipment within Class I, Division 2 rated areas such as shipyards, industrial plants and construction sites. The P-MPD-480.3P15KVA-2X480.60-6X120.20 hazardous location power distribution system allows operators to power their 480 volt and 120 volt equipment from a single system for a safer, more reliable connection. 480 volt line-in power connects to the primary side to two 60-amp 480V FSQC5640 receptacles and six, 20-amp 120V explosion proof receptacles connect to 120V equipment on the secondary side. All connections between the disconnect and transformer, and the

3R rated for indoor and outdoor usage protecting against dirt, water and ice. The NEMA 4 and NEMA 4X equipment are available upon request. “Reliability, durability and safety are crucial for power distribution systems, particularly those used in hazardous locations,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “This is why we always ensure our power distribution systems are built to meet or exceed C1D2 ratings.” About Larson Electronics LLC Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalogue of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments. b

transformer and secondary panel consist of flexible heavy-duty SOOW cords to protect against wet, oily conditions. The receptacles are mounted to an aluminium back panel for easy access and equipped with weather-proof covers. This portable power distribution system is designed for serious use in heavy-duty industrial applications and demanding conditions. The assembly is mounted via a standard non-sparking square aluminium tube frame onto a non-sparking aluminium platform for rigidity and durability. Safety and portability features include forklift skid pockets, a top-located lifting eyelet for easy transportation with chain hooks or cable, and 8” nonsparking locking casters. This system is built in accordance to NFPA 70 (National Electric Code) and certified to UL 1640. All equipment is NEMA Source: Larson

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In an age of technologydriven communication and internet-based learning, Hydra-Slide Ltd. Is taking training back to first principles, offering hands-on instruction on every piece of equipment they design and manufacture. At the forefront of Hydra-Slide’s training program are their Low Profile and Heavy Track skidding systems as well as the Canadian manufacturer’s specialized hydraulic power systems. Hydra-Slide skidding systems have proven to be one of the most costeffective and safe methods for moving all types of heavy loads. The heartbeat of these skidding systems is the company’s conventional and synchronous hydraulic power units. The Hydra-Pac Synchronous 10,000 psi hydraulic power units provide synchronized control of multiple hydraulic cylinders, suitable for operation of all Hydra-Slide

skidding systems, turntables, climbing jacks and most other double-acting jacking applications. Robert Young, director of operations and lead trainer at Hydra-Slide, explained that the Hydra-Pac Synchronous power units are often a focal point of training sessions because of their unique operation, which is different than other unified jacking systems. These units, available in diesel, propane or electric models, offer synchronized control of multiple lifting points, so multiple cylinders can be safely extended or retracted completely in unison even under different loading conditions. He said: “The important point to make to training participants is that they should not try to achieve equal pressures. Each circuit will not necessarily have the same pressure with our systems; an offset center of gravity will result

in one side being heavier, thus, will show higher pressures. Sin Chew Woodpaq Pte Ltd., of Singapore, was a recent recipient of training, having taken delivery of a HT500 heavy track skid system, heavy load turntable and synchronous power unit. Sin Chew Woodpaq’s Hao Teng said: “We have received training on the operation of the power unit, the skidding system and the turntable. Training was informative and very handson. We have learned about a few best practices and also pitfalls to look out for.” Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) is a Texas-based electric utility specializing in electric substations and power transmission lines. Andy Cooper, safety and training manager at LCRA along with his crew recently received training on their new XLP150 extreme low profile skidding system and

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Hydra-Pac Synchronous power unit. This included jacking and sliding a real transformer to test the entire system. He explained why LCRA chose to invest in training: “If you don’t operate equipment as designed and intended, you can have negative results and potentially get someone hurt. The training ensures all the right steps are taken and understood. I would rate the technical training very highly. The Q&A and step-by-step instruction was perfect. Having a rep onsite during a move (albeit a practice move) was invaluable.” Hands-on training Young said: “Sometimes I am on-site for the first project where the new Hydra-Slide systems are being used, and sometimes we do a dry-run in the client’s yard just to get them familiar with the set-up and operation of their equipment. I get people comfortable working with the equipment and from there I follow a procedure that aligns with the flow of our operating manual.” For Young, hands-on training with the equipment

is an ideal scenario, though it isn’t always possible. He explained: “We are developing an online video training program now so that our clients can have remote access to practical, step by step instruction. It’s going to be very valuable for training new personnel or refreshing the crew’s knowledge before a project. Both on-site and video training focus on operation and troubleshooting. We know in the real world things don’t always go perfectly; for example, hydraulic hoses get connected backwards, or skid tracks aren’t set up completely parallel. We want our clients to feel prepared to safely handle these situations.” Janine Smith, vice president at Hydra-Slide, added: “This was a big year for onsite training; we performed training at facilities in Canada, the USA, Singapore and Qatar. The scope of our training does not cover how to execute the job or comment on the client’s rigging plan, however we find that when the client fully understands how the equipment functions and how it is intended to be setup and operated, they are

much more confident and better prepared to safely and successfully complete their tasks.” Young, who joined Hydra-Slide in 2012 with a background in engineering, said: “Give me a person who has experience of heavy rigging and a grasp of the English language, and even if they may not be familiar with modern jack and slide techniques I would be comfortable in training them. Once fundamentals are established, hands-on training puts the knowledge into real-world perspective.” Smith concluded: “We encourage all of our customers to read and fully understand the operating manuals that come with the equipment, as well as ask any questions that they have about the intended applications, limitations or use of their Hydra-Slide systems. The goal is that everyone is confident and prepared to operate these systems, and we will provide whatever level of after-sales support is requested.” b Source: Hydraslide


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Gincor Group Invests In Both Cross Country And Community Of Blenheim PPI

Gincor, a company with a proven 40 year track record of success, growth, and providing safe and equitable work environments, is today publically announcing its purchase of Cross Country Trailers. President and CEO Luc

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• Being ranked as one of Canada’s Fastest Growing Companies 3 years in a row with PROFIT 500. • In 2017 the company jumped a remarkable 171 spots on the PROFIT 500 list to land at 199th place. • Staff numbers have grown from 40 people to almost 500 with the inclusion of the Blenheim location. • In June of 2017 the company formed a strategic Partnership and acquired DEL Equipment, which added • 7 new locations and gives the company coastto-coast presence from Moncton, New Brunswick to Vancouver, British Columbia. “We know there has been some uncertainty for the community, and we look forward to moving ahead together and creating a new success story for the men and women that make up the team here,” concludes Stang. The company is currently updating and broadening its branding to be known as Gincor Truck & Trailer Werx. b

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Stang says “we see tremendous opportunity in this facility and the workforce made up of people from a great community. We plan to maintain jobs, invest in the site, and to actually increase the workforce as we bring Cross Country into the Gincor Group family.” “We will be reaching out to community partners and letting them know that we see great potential here,” adds Stang. Gincor began with a single facility four decades ago in the town of Mattawa, Ontario, around 40 minutes outside of North Bay. They are known for high-quality vocational vehicles like dump vehicles, snow plows, and other severe service equipment like cranes and pup trailers. It has been known for “building trucks that owners want to own and drivers want to drive.” In the past 5 years, Stang has lead it through a period of phenomenal success. Highlights include: Source: Gincor

1996 JCI 1400LS Shim Stack, Model 1400LS, (2)150 HP TECO Electric Motors, 1180 RPM, Feed Belt & Rear Discharge Belt (36”), SN#97C02G14. Please call for more details. 1996 Mormak CT-1400LS chassis, Model CT-1400LS, 48’ Chassis SN#WO1065603 $139,900 CDN OBO **Will Consider Selling Chassis and Shim Stack Separately**

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Seaspan Shipyards Celebrate Launch Of Important Vessel Seaspan Shipyards (Seaspan) recently celebrated the launch of the first large vessel to be designed and built under the Government of Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS) – OFSV1, the first of three Offshore Fisheries Science Vessels (OFSV).

In 2011, the Government of Canada competitively selected Seaspan to be its Non-Combat Shipbuilder as part of the NSS program. Under the NSS, Seaspan will build and deliver noncombat vessels at the company’s state-of-the-art facility in North Vancouver for

the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) and Royal Canadian Navy. OFSV1 is the first large vessel to be designed, built and launched under the NSS. It represents an important milestone in Seaspan’s long-term strategic relationship with the Government of Canada.

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ment. OFSV1 is the first of three OFSV ships built by Seaspan, with considerable progress made on the remaining two ships. “Today’s launch is a significant milestone for our government as we make good on our commitment to providing the men and women of the Coast Guard and our scientists with the equipment they need to conduct their important work for Canadians,” said the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, PC, QC, MP, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard. Through the NSS, Seaspan has embarked on many years of sustained shipbuilding on the West Coast that is delivering results to Canada and the Canadian economy. Seaspan’s work on the NSS non-combat package of vessels has already helped create thousands skilled, middle-class jobs across the country; this year alone, Seaspan has awarded more than $180M in contracts to Canadian businesses, which comprise more than 90% of its total suppliers. Todate, Seaspan has committed to spend more than $540 million with over 400

Canadian businesses on NSS-related work. “Seaspan is playing a major role in rebuilding B.C.’s shipbuilding sector by creating good jobs for British Columbians, growing local supply chains and making key investments in innovation research,” said Bruce Ralston, the Government of British Columbia’s Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology. “The launch of this vessel is the first of many, and signals to the rest of Canada and the world that B.C. is ready and capable to take on large scale projects and produce state-of-the-art vessels.” “Shipbuilding is an industry of strategic importance for a maritime nation like Canada. Thanks to the Government of Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy, our domestic shipbuilding industry is being rebuilt and positioned for long-term success,” said Brian Carter. “The launch of this vessel shows that the NSS is delivering on its promise of ships built in Canada by Canadians and demonstrates the capabilities of our highly-skilled workforce.” b Source: Seaspan

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New Keestrack R5e Hybrid Impact Crusher Unit In its drive to reduce costs through the electrification of its track-mounted processing units, Keestrack is currently concentrating on hybrid crushing technology. Following fully hybrid H4 cone crushers and B4e jaw crushers, we are now introducing the R5e hybrid impact crusher

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the basis of the anticipated higher mobility compared to the R6e, the Keestrack R5e does not offer plug-in network operation, but can drive the subsequently connected screens or stockpile conveyors (approx. 38 kW connected load) via the 63 A supply. With a total additional weight of a mere 500 kg compared to the diesel-hydraulic version, the electrical unit guarantees the full mobility of the Keestrack R5e, which is also available with an optional dolly trailer chassis (transport height/width with final screen: 4000/3000 mm). The hybrid unit can be deployed just as quickly at the building site: All conveyors and additional modules can be configured Continued on page 11

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End Of Energy East, Another Win For Our Competitors It was just another week in Canada when businesses and investors were taking their ideas, their people, and their capital elsewhere. The week of Thanksgving was the announcement that TransCanada has scrapped its $15.7 billion Energy East pipeline proposal, after the National Energy Board (NEB) changed the regulatory review process and after it was clear there was no way around the opposition from local and provincial politicians in Quebec. In a decade, we have gone from a country on the verge of becoming a global energy superpower to a place where, because we have so little access to international markets for our oil, we have to sell it at a discount to the United States. This is a $48 million daily gift to our neighbours, who export their own oil at the full international market price. Sadly, this is self-inflicted. Canada is now a country where it is simply becoming too difficult to build big infrastructure projects. Earlier this summer, Desjardins announced it will refuse to finance Canadian energy projects. The oil and gas sector directly employs more than 425,000 Canadians and are the largest source of private sector investment in the country. It’s hard to imagine a leading na-

tional financial institution in China, Germany, Singapore or the U.S. abandoning a major sector of their economy – it would be an unacceptable national betrayal. Yet, this announcement conjured a collective yawn from most Canadians as though it is routine and without consequences for our national economy. As federal and provincial governments across Canada have made regulatory approval and permitting process increasingly complicated, time-consuming and expensive, one could be forgiven for thinking they are doing their level best to shut down our energy economy. Well, their plan is working. Consider that TransCanada just spent $1 billion on due diligence for Energy East and has absolutely nothing to show for it. The energy sector in our country is slowly being hollowed out – talent, opportunity and familysupporting jobs are slipping away. Over the past three years, there has been an exodus of international investors from Canada’s oil and gas sector. The largest players in the world are leaving and are not coming back. Too often in Canada, the rules change, the goal posts are moved, and companies seeking to invest billions of dollars, create jobs and provide opportunities for Canadians are unjustly

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Practical tests have demonstrated a considerable decrease in fuel consumption of up to 45 % compared to dieselhydraulic models, mainly due to a more even rotational speed of the hightorque Volvo diesel engine (max. 2380 Nm at 1200 rpm). Fundamentally, the extensive reduction of complex hydraulic lines results in lower cooling requirements, lower risks of leakage and clearly lower maintenance demands during everyday operations. b

without lengthy additional assembly work or support, the sequential automatic starter of the Relytec control unit is responsible for starting up the system components. The system uses load and level sensors to optimise production rate and quality during operations. All system functions can be controlled by radio remote as a standard; the optional Keestrack-er GPS/ UMTS monitor precisely documents all functions and provides information on potential malfunctions or required maintenance work.

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vision, capital and courage to try. The past few weeks have been dominated by conversation over changes to the small business taxes. Shockingly, some say we have too many small businesses in Canada and that not enough of them grow into larger enterprises. That’s a matter of opinion, but surely the answer is not to penalize Canadians who want to start a new venture or who are managing small businesses that are the lifeblood of our economy and to label them tax cheats. Unfortunately, we are losing sight of what it takes to attract investment, create opportunities and compete internationally. And, by this measure, Canada’s loss is the gain of its competitors – countries focused on fostering growth, attracting investment, and getting their natural resources to markets. The brash and bold character that built our great country is in danger of being read about only in the pages of history textbooks. b By Chris Gardner, President, Independent Contractors and Businesses Association

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Driving It, Is Loving It: The New YT Tractor Range The Demopark exhibition in Eisenach, Germany, this past year, was to be the highlight of the agricultural summer for us. For the first time, customers in the municipality and landscaping sectors in Europe were to see and try the new YT2 tractor range. We are convinced of the exciting new concept of the new YT2 tractors, but is the audience too? From the moment the gates to the exhibition grounds opened, we attracted a lot of visitors to our stand. Demopark is the largest open-air exhibition for the green sector in Europe. This means that visitors are able to drive, feel and experience the latest technology in machinery. And they did. Many visitors climbed the cabin of the YT2 tractors we had on show and made a test drive on the fair grounds. Positive, Enthusiastic Feedback The overall response of the audience was very positive and full of enthusiasm. But there was more. The fact that ‘practioners from the sector’ actually drove the tractors, provided us with quite some valuable feedback to take back home. The YT2 tractors on show were pre-production models. Machines will be available from production in the fourth quarter of the year, and will soon replace the popular EF series models. Highly Productive The new tractors set a

new benchmark for driver comfort, ease of maintenance and operational versatility. Their most striking new features focus on: Engine – Reliable, emissions-compliant, futureproof and field-proven diesel engine Transmission – Hydrostatic transmission provides smooth changes and optimum power throughout the speed range. Cabin – Spacious, airconditioned cab delivers optimum operator comfort and all-round visibility. Handsome Next to being highly productive, Yanmar YT2 tractors are handsome too. They have been designed by world-renowned Japanese industrial designer Ken Okuyama. Ken Okuyama is well-known for the design of numerous products such as architecture, furniture, robots, motorcycles and cars, including Ferrari and Porsche. Mr. Okuyama is a member of the board of Directors of Yanmar Holdings, Inc. since April 2013. Demopark Debut For Yanmar Yt2 Tractors World-leading tractor manufacturer Yanmar will use the Demopark exhibition in Eisenach (11 to 13 June) to underline its commitment to the municipality and landscaping sectors with the introduction of the YT2 series models. The Demopark exhibition will provide the German launch-pad for the

new YT2 tractor series from global leader Yanmar. Designed to meet the specific needs of the landscaping sector and local authorities and municipalities, the new tractors set a new benchmark for driver comfort, ease of maintenance and operational versatility. Appearing in Germany for the first time on stand E-585, the new YT2 models are designed to provide owners and operators with reliable, year-round performance and benefit from a number of key features including: Engine – Reliable, emissions-compliant, futureproof and field-proven diesel engine. Transmission – Hydrostatic transmission provides smooth changes and optimum power throughout the speed range. Cabin – Spacious, airconditioned cab delivers optimum operator comfort and all-round visibility Hard-Working & Reliable Developed to replace its popular EF series models, the agile Yanmar YT2 tractors have been designed by world-renowned industrial designer Ken Okuyama who also designed the Yanmar YT3 models, with Vario transmission, which are available from this moment. But there is more to the new YT2 series that just good looks and pleasing aesthetics. These hard-working and reliable tractors are designed to deliver optimum performance

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and rear-mounted implements and of the surrounding work area for optimum safety. Visibility is improved still further by the relocation of the air conditioning and heating package to the rear of the machine which provides uninterrupted forward vision. The cabin is isolated to protect the operator from both noise and vibration, making the machine a comfortable work environment even during extended work periods. In-cab noise levels are ≤ 82 dB(A). An almost flat cabin floor provides plenty of room for the operator and for the storage of tools whilst affording unencumbered ingress and egress from the work station. Equipped with turf tyres, the compact YT2 tractors are just 2.08 metres tall, allowing them to operate in areas where working height is at a premium. This ability to work in confined spaces in enhanced by a turning circle of just 3.3 metres without the use of bi-speed turning. A rear 3-point hitch lift capacity of 1,350 kg and a broad range of front and rear-mounted implements

underscore the versatility of the new YT2 models and allow them to perform a multitude of tasks across a broad spectrum of applications and industry sectors. The machines on display at Demopark are pre-production models. Machines will be available in the fourth quarter, direct from the Yanmar production line. Comprehensive Range Yanmar will be completing its Demopark line-up with a display that includes representative models from across the company’s comprehensive range, each reflecting the company’s half century of tractor design, development and innovation. Visitors to the show can take the opportunity to view the SA series machine, with 21 and 24 HP engine and which also feature a new operator’s cabin. These will appear alongside the GK series models that range from 16 to 20 HP; the EB series machines with 31 HP output range; and the YT3 series that extends from 47 to 60 HP. b Source: Yanmar

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Governments and manufacturers envisioning a diesel-free future for onroad vehicles hit the headlines recently. But how will this impact the construction industry and how will it adapt? Low Emission Zones provide an insight. This July, the automotive industry was rocked by a far-reaching announcement when Volvo Cars stated that all its new cars would be electric or hybrid from 2019 onwards. The following day, the French government announced it would end sales of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040 as a way to fight against air pollution. A few weeks later, the British government followed with a similar proposal. But what will these bans mean for the construction industry and off-road vehicles? Construction equipment is largely run on diesel engines and so far, no official announcements have been made concern-

ing their use once these bans come into effect. While decisions are yet to be made on what a dieselfree future means for construction equipment, Low Emission Zones (LEZs) currently provide an insight into how urban construction projects can have a less harmful effect on air quality right now. The Wheels Of Change Air pollution is a contributing factor for hundreds of thousands of premature deaths in Europe each year and diesel emissions have been classified as carcinogenic by the World Health Organization. Therefore, reducing emissions from diesel engines is an important factor for improving health. In areas where air pollution levels are considered dangerously high, Low Emission Zones seek to improve the air quality and make it safer to breathe, by regulating the most polluting vehicles. These LEZs are

almost exclusively found in city centers. The European Union sets emission standards that define the acceptable amount of pollution that can be emitted by the exhaust of a vehicle sold in the EU and EEA member states. Depending on the area, vehicles with higher emissions either cannot enter the area at all, or have to pay a fee if they do. Future Readiness To avoid the expense – real or perceived – of having to pay fees to bring construction machines into restricted areas, construction equipment firms are increasingly being asked by customers to fit a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) to machines, to reduce the diesel particulate matter (black soot) from the exhaust gas of a diesel engine. “In recent years, there has been a definite upswing in requests for DPFs to be fitted to machines that are working in urban

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“All Volvo CE machines comply with EU emissions regulations, but at present DPFs are only fitted as standard to the EW60E compact wheeled excavator and ECR88D mini-digger and as an option for the ECR58D in the smaller machine category,” confirms Deleu. Meeting the needs of customers remains the highest concern for Volvo CE, which is currently investigating factory solutions for all of its smaller machines. Volvo recently demonstrated the EX2 prototype – a fully electric compact excavator that delivers zero emissions, 10 times higher efficiency and 10 times lower noise levels – at the Volvo Group Innovation Summit in London earlier this year. It is believed to be the world’s first fully electric compact excavator prototype. While the concept machine is purely a research project at this stage, Volvo CE continues to develop technologies connected to electromobility, intelligent machines and total site solutions that benefit customers and the

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Hebron Platform Produces First Oil ExxonMobil Canada has announced that the Hebron platform produced its first oil on November 27. The oil was extracted from the Hebron field in the Jeanne d’Arc Basin, located 350 kilometres offshore of Newfoundland and Labrador. “Our goal since the Hebron project was announced in 2008 was to safely achieve first oil in 2017; today we delivered on our commitment,” says Carman Mullins, president of ExxonMobil Canada. “Hebron is an engineering and construction marvel, and thousands of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians can proudly say they helped design and build the platform.” The project achieved more than 40 million hours during construction without a lost-time injury.

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vide long-term employment for over 600 personnel and support long-term economic development opportunities for various local supply and service companies for many years to come. The project is also expected to generate millions in annual royalties and taxes for the province during the production phase. It is estimated that the field, first discovered in 1980, will produce more than 700 million barrels of recoverable resources. At peak rates, the Hebron platform will be able to produce up to 150,000 barrels of oil per day, and has storage capacity of 1.2 million barrels of oil. ExxonMobil Canada Properties (35.5 percent) is the operator of the Hebron project. Its coventurers are Chevron Canada Limited (29.6 percent), Suncor Energy Inc. (21 percent), Statoil Canada Ltd. (9 percent) and Nalcor Energy-Oil and Gas Inc. (4.9 percent). For more information about the Hebron project visit: www.hebron project.com. b

Since the project was sanctioned in December 2012, Hebron has been a significant contributor to the economy of Newfoundland and Labrador. It has provided direct employment and training to thousands of NL residents, including more than 7,500 personnel during peak construction. Hundreds of contractors and subcontractors throughout the province supplied materials and services to the project. The completed platform was towed to the field in early June 2017, following its construction at Bull Arm, NL. The platform was then safely set down, and drilling commenced within 30 days. Drilling and production operations mark the start of the next phase of the Hebron journey. The project is expected to pro- Source: Hebron Project

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