Rokbak Plans New Cabs and Models of Articulated Dump Trucks

Volvo Construction Equipment bought Terex’s off-road truck line in 2014, and six years later, it rebranded its articulated haulers under the Rokbak name.

On this episode of The Dirt, we hear from Paul Douglas, Volvo vice president of rigid haulers, who explains the differences between the old Terex line and the Rokbak trucks. He also gives a hint at some of the new things coming from Rokbak, including redesigned cabs and replacing the current trucks with new models. There’s also the possibility of a new size truck to hit the market.

Rokbak, as with other construction equipment brands, is working toward a zero-emissions future. On this episode, he explains where the articulated dump truck market is heading in terms of alternative fuel. He adds that customers will see big changes in emissions and engines in the next five years, with the ultimate goal of reaching zero emissions within 10 years.

So to learn more about Rokbak and what the brand has in store for the future, check out this episode of The Dirt.  

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In This Episode:

  • 00:00 - Rokbak Articulated Haulers
  • 00:30 - Is Rokbak More Reliable Than Terex?
  • 03:22 - Brand New Cab
  • 06:10 - More Changes to Upcoming Rokbak Trucks
  • 09:20 - What Will Rokbak Do in the Next 2-5 Years?
  • 11:24 - What Alternative Fuel Will Rokbak Haulers Use in the Future?
  • 14:53 - Final Thoughts