Hitachi Construction Machinery - North America
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Fly by Day, Dig by Night
March 1, 2018
Fly by Day, Dig by Night
It’s 10 p.m. and flight traffic is settling down for the day at the Onizuka Kona International Airport at Keāhole (KOA) on the Island of Hawaii. As the day comes to an end, Nan, Inc. starts up its Hitachi ZX470LC-6 excavator on the airport’s major project called the Terminal Modernization Program Phase 1, a $75 million investment in airport upgrades and layout reorganization.
Ready to Roll: ZX190W-6
March 1, 2018
Ready to Roll: ZX190W-6
Mobile and maneuverable, the new ZX190W-6 is ready to roll on all kinds of jobs, from clearing ditches and repairing sewers or potholes to loading trucks.
My First Hitachi: Pivetta Brothers Construction
February 14, 2018
My First Hitachi: Pivetta Brothers Construction
Pivetta Brothers Construction first started buying Hitachi excavators in 2001. And owner Mark Pivetta continues to add to his collection of "digging machines."
Crushing the Competition
January 5, 2018
Crushing the Competition
If you ask Matt Facchina, owner of Delmarva Site Development, what his secret to success is, he’ll tell you. It’s actually very simple and involves a lot of orange iron.
Paradise on the Rocks
January 5, 2018
Paradise on the Rocks
As a family-owned general contractor with more than 95 years of experience, Goodfellow Bros. Inc. (GBI) knows how to take on challenging terrain, whether working in Washington, Oregon, California or especially Hawaii. And the company relies on its Hitachi excavator fleet to tackle Hawaii’s tough lava rock environment.
Unmatched Productivity with the ZX470LC-6
January 5, 2018
Unmatched Productivity with the ZX470LC-6
Start digging with the ZX470LC-6 and take productivity to the next level. This workhorse is armed with a fuel-efficient EPA Final Tier 4 (FT4)/EU Stage IV Isuzu engine – no diesel particulate filter (DPF) needed.