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  • SAP builds on Wacker Neuson Concrete Technology

    SAP, Europe’s biggest software manufacture for handling all business processes of a company, is merging four smaller locations with a new large building in Eschborn. Wacker Neuson provided consultation with its concrete specialists and was involved in the construction in Hesse with a special exposed concrete kit.

  • The Skytrain in Bangkok: Tradition Meets Innovation

    Every day, the Skytrain carries hundreds of thousands of people through the mega city of Bangkok. Inaugurated in 1999, the line is constantly being expanded to this day. Wacker Neuson provided fundamental support in the expansion of the route network through the use of numerous external vibrators as well as its on-site consulting services.

  • Wacker Neuson Trowels Score Big with Sacramento Arena Project

    After working together for years to build a new arena, the City of Sacramento, CA and their professional basketball team, the Sacramento Kings will soon have a 17,000 seat, multi-use facility in the heart of downtown. One of the many local contractors on the Sacramento Entertainment & Sports Center (ESC) project, Urata & Sons Concrete, Inc. of Ranch Cordova, CA is handling the majority of the concrete work.

  • Tamping, compacting gravel, changing thresholds - Strube track construction relies on Wacker Neuson

    Tie tamping, coarse gravel compaction, tie replacements - these are the main tasks of Strube Gleisbau in Buchholz near Hamburg. The company relies on the gasoline hammers by Wacker Neuson here, because they offer the ideal combination of percussion rate and power for the special requirements on the track.

  • Industrial flooring specialist Ready Betontechnik chooses Wacker Neuson

    Wacker Neuson’s customer of many years, Ready Betontechnik, an industrial flooring specialist operating across the whole of Europe, recently produced over 2,200 square meters of floor installation and smoothing for a production and warehousing facility in Lauterecken near Kaiserslautern. The efficient floor smoothing and polishing work was carried out using the Wacker Neuson power trowels CRT 36 and CRT 48, which provide exceptionally high performance and user friendliness.

  • Building bridges: spectacular project in the Pearl River Delta

    The construction of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge is a particularly spectacular project. About 100 internal vibrators from Wacker Neuson are in application here every day.

     

  • 26 years young: a 1987 - 48” walk-behind trowel still leading the pack

    In 1979, Arie Van Wyk founded Van Wyks, Inc, a company specializing in commercial, residential and agricultural concrete foundations and solid poured walls throughout Southeastern WI. It grew quickly from a one-man operation to the most experienced poured-wall contractor in the area with over 75 employees.

  • Concrete Contractor BTH Relies On Wacker Neuson Trowels

    Efficiency and cost-effectiveness are vital factors for the German contractor BTH (Boden-Technik-Hehl). Precision work according to a specific time plan is absolutely essential on concrete job sites, since the concrete has to be processed as quickly as possible. BTH uses up to six Wacker Neuson ride-on trowels for a major project in Mühldorf, Upper Bavaria. Approximately 80,000 m² of flooring for a production and assembly hall need to be troweled.

  • Keeping an eye on safety

    Safety on the jobsite is more then a trend, it is a reality – protecting your operators, protecting your jobsite and protecting your business is paramount to your success. Don’t be fooled, not all remote controls are the same.

  • Expansion of the Panama Canal: Wacker Neuson helping to change global shipping

    Since its original construction in 1914, the Panama Canal has been a source of high economic value and pride for Panamanians. The Canal gives passage to an estimated 15,000 vessels and 280 million tons of cargo annually. Despite the Canal running around the clock at 90 percent of its maximum capacity, the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) could not keep up with traffic and some ships had to wait several days for passage.