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New Fleet of Komatsu PC210-10s

Komatsu PC210-10

Built around the EU Stage IIIB compliant engine platform, Komatsu’s latest generation of excavators continues a long tradition of uncompromising quality, while renewing a commitment to safety and environmental protection. Increased net horsepower, lower fuel consumption and emissions, and the advanced electronic control system that manages airflow rate, fuel injection and combustion parameters to optimize performance and further reduce particulate matter and nitrogen oxides in the exhaust: you can trust “Dash 10” machines to keep their promises of excellence.

 

Casey have just purchased a new fleet of these machines. They are available for hire on an operated or self-drive basis.

 

For more information, or to hire one of these machines, call Jane Parker on 01706 341121. 



Read the May 2013 edition of Construct

The newest edition of construct, the newsletter from The Casey Companies is now available to read here

For those viewing via ipad, you can download a pdf version here (2mb)

And you can read older editions of construct on our blog page

Read the May 2012 edition of Construct

The newest edition of construct, the newsletter from The Casey Companies is now available to read here

 
For those viewing via ipad, you can download a pdf version here

And you can read older editions of construct on our blog page

Two Brand New D6Ts

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Casey Plant's fleet of modern plant is renewed to keep up to date with advances in technology, fuel efficiency, performance and reliability.  In line with this policy, we are pleased to announce the addition of two new Caterpillar D6T Low Ground Pressure Bulldozers to our fleet..

Both machines are equipped with the latest CAT C9.3 ACERT Engine which meets EU Stage IIIB Emission Standards, Acugrade System ready, Air Conditioned Cab and System One Undercarriage.

For more information, or to hire one of these machines, call Jane Parker on 01706 341121. 

Read the March 2012 edition of Construct

Our March newsletter is now available.  You can read it here.

 
You can read older editions of construct here