Hitachi Construction Machinery - North America
Customer Articles
Thirst For First
January 7, 2019
Thirst For First
There’s something special about the brand-new Hitachi ZX345USLC-6 on the construction site in the Maple Ridge neighborhood of Vancouver, B.C.
Bringing Down the Highwall
January 7, 2019
Bringing Down the Highwall
Bringing down a 60-degree, 180-foot highwall is just part of the daily workload for a Hitachi EX2500-6 at Peabody’s Rawhide Mine, a thermal coal surface mine located 10 miles north of Gillette, Wyo.
EH5000 Making a Big Impact in Colombia
January 7, 2019
EH5000 Making a Big Impact in Colombia
The Colombian town of Barrancas has found a unique way to showcase the community’s mining ties by displaying a Hitachi EH5000 truck.
Achieving Capstone Certification
January 7, 2019
Achieving Capstone Certification
A mining technician in Wyoming has become the first in North America to earn Hitachi’s highest level of technician training.
Be Safe. Work Hard. Have Fun.
October 5, 2018
Be Safe. Work Hard. Have Fun.
If you flip over Mike Hammes’ business card, you’ll see three phrases: Be safe. Work hard. Have fun. These phrases describe the heart of Hammes’ company, RAM Construction General Contractors.
Living the American Dream
October 5, 2018
Living the American Dream
One person’s trash is Zahlene Enterprises’ treasure. The Miami-based civil contractor was started by a Cuban immigrant and – under the leadership of his son – has developed a reputation for its innovative approaches to aggregate recycling.