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Michelin opens dedicated plant for airless Tweel tire; coming to mowers next, could cars and trucks be far behind?

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Posted by Wayne Grayson on Nov 26, 2014

Shortly after the New Year, we awarded Michelin with one of our 2014 Innovations awards for their Tweel airless tire. ...

2014 Innovations Winner: Michelin Tweel airless tire

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Posted by Amy Materson on Jan 06, 2014

The tire market is a precise, refined, mature market that has, for the most part, relied on pneumatic tires for ...

2014 Equipment World Innovations Awards: The 5 game-changing construction products of the last year

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Posted by Equipment World Staff on Jan 06, 2014

OEMs fielded many good new products last year, but only a handful are truly innovative game changers. We've put together ...

2014 Innovations Winner: Cummins 5.0L V8 diesel engine

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Posted by Tom Jackson on Jan 06, 2014

With the introduction of the Cummins 5.0L V8, a lightweight, technologically sophisticated V8 diesel engine, Cummins has changed the game ...

2014 Innovations Winner: WeighSafe Hitch

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Posted by Bruce Smith on Jan 06, 2014

One of those “why-didn’t-I-think-of-that-moments” came during a walk through the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association’s (SEMA) New Product Showcase last ...

2014 Innovations Winner: Komatsu D61i-23 dozer with integrated machine control

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Posted by Wayne Grayson on Jan 06, 2014

When it came to bringing the D61i-23 dozer to market, Komatsu engineers decided that they wanted to take the next ...

A Tweel for skid-steers: Michelin introduces its air-less tire to the construction industry (VIDEO)

A Tweel for skid-steers: Michelin introduces its...

Posted by Amy Materson on May 01, 2013

A tire that doesn't go flat? Sounds like something that could save construction professionals both time and money.Since 1995, engineers ...

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