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Sustainable solutions with Hitachi
April 5, 2016
Sustainable solutions with Hitachi
In the Chugach Mountains, about 1,310 ft. (399 m) above the city of Valdez, Alaska, Hitachi excavators are helping to deliver sustainable solutions by working on a hydroelectric site.
Lafontaine Inc. adds six Hitachi excavators to fleet
April 1, 2016
Lafontaine Inc. adds six Hitachi excavators to fleet
Frankie Lafontaine, owner and president of Lafontaine Inc., and his son François recently traveled over 1,600 km (1,000 miles) to see the newest additions to their Hitachi fleet.
The road to success
November 30, 2015
The road to success
For more than 30 years, Cusentino Ltd. has specialized in excavation and removal services for large public and private infrastructure projects within the province of Ontario. And if you see a Cusentino job site, chances are, a Hitachi excavator is working.
1,600 miles and counting
November 30, 2015
1,600 miles and counting
He bought his first Hitachi excavator in the early ‘80s. At one point, his company owned the most Hitachi equipment on the East Coast in the U.S. He’s traveled to Japan to experience excavator production firsthand at the Hitachi plant. And his Hitachi excavators have laid more than 1,600 miles of pipeline. Lee Long, owner of Long & Sons Utility LLC, is definitely a longtime, loyal Hitachi fan.
Hitachi training and fly-in
November 30, 2015
Hitachi training and fly-in
From meeting Hitachi engineers and experts to digging up dirt with Hitachi’s newest equipment, dealers and customers experienced Hitachi’s efficiency, reliability and durability firsthand at the October training and fly-in event at Deere-Hitachi Construction Machinery Corp., Kernersville, N.C.
All in the family
August 12, 2015
All in the family
The Robison family is a close group. Randy and Kenny Robison are not only brothers, they also run mining businesses together. And every time they buy a Hitachi excavator, it becomes part of the family, too – with each one getting named.