Big Iron Dealer
The Dirt: Page 2
The Future of Construction Equipment with Bobcat’s Joel Honeyman | The Dirt #13
The Dirt Construction Equipment Podcast talks with Bobcat's Joel Honeyman about equipment innovation and the future of the industry.
September 18, 2020
How ASV Developed the New Max-Series CTLs | The Dirt #12
In this week’s episode of The Dirt we talk with ASV product line manager Buck Storlie about the new Max-Series CTLs. The new RT-65, VT-70 High Output, RT-75 and RT-75 Heavy Duty have been redesigned from the ground up and in this video we get the story from Buck on how ASV approached this new […]
September 2, 2020
How Caterpillar Changed the Way It Sells Equipment | The Dirt #11
In late 2019, Caterpillar announced a new retail strategy. Specifically, the company rolled out on-machine sticker pricing at its dealerships and the ability to shop for machines online. Get all the details in this episode of The Dirt.
August 21, 2020
How Daily Data Reports, Machine Learning Will Impact Construction | The Dirt #10
On this week’s episode of The Dirt, we’re talking about data. Specifically, we’re talking about the daily data reporting that’s now available through Trimble’s Viewpoint One project management software. We talk to Anne Hunt, Viewpoint’s director of data and analytics, on what types of data reporting Viewpoint offers and how daily access to these data […]
August 12, 2020
Cat Dozer Experts Explain New Restructured Dozer Lineup | The Dirt #09
In the latest edition of The Dirt we devote the entire episode to discussing the reimagined, restructured Cat dozer lineup. To do that we’re joined by Cat product application specialists for dozers Sam Meeker and Joel Fritts. Over the course of the conversation we cover Cat’s new method for naming dozers, the primary improvements of […]
August 4, 2020
Don’t Miss Out
Get the business tips, industry insights and trending news every contractor needs to know in the
The Dirt #08: Autonomous Wheel Loaders and Rollers + Komatsu’s Robert Hussey
Autonomous rollers help build China highway, and Komatsu’s Robert Hussey talks about new autonomy features like auto dig on the company's newest wheel loaders.
July 14, 2020
The Dirt #07: Infrastructure Funding Bills, the 2021 Ford F-150 + What is Trimble Centerpoint RTX?
This week on The Dirt we discuss potential legislation for road funding, a new excavator from Takeuchi and the all-new 2021 Ford F-150 which has been redesigned inside and out and now features a powerful new hybrid powertrain option and even an integrated generator. We also talk with Towfique Ahmed, a product manager at Trimble […]
June 29, 2020
The Dirt #06: Doosan Selling Off Equipment Biz? + RDO’s Dennis Howard Talks Equipment Demand, De-Tiering Challanges
In this week’s episode of The Dirt we talk about new details from OSHA on the leading causes for trenching citations, Ford’s announcement surrounding its electric F-150, and a surprise story out of South Korea that Doosan is exploring the possibility of selling off its equipment business…or at least half of it. We also talk […]
June 22, 2020
The Dirt #05: How Dozers Got Their Name + What is Komatsu Smart Construction?
In this week’s episode of The Dirt we discuss the origins of the term dozer (according to Caterpillar), new Bobcat skid steers and CTLs, and we talk with Komatsu’s Jason Anetsberger about Smart Construction. The Smart Construction service has 11 different modules aimed at assisting contractors in transitioning to digital jobsite tools and planning, including […]
June 15, 2020
The Dirt #04: New Aerial Lift Standards + Cat’s Matt Santee Talks New MH3040 Material Handler
In this week’s episode of The Dirt we highlight the new Cat D7 dozer, Kubota’s first mini skid steer, and go over the details of the new ANSI standards for aerial lifts. We also have a conversation with Matt Santee, a product application specialist at Caterpillar, on the company’s new 40-metric-ton material handler, the MH3040. […]
June 8, 2020
The Dirt #03: Construction News + John Deere’s Cory Brant on Development of New L-Series Dozers
In this week’s episode of The Dirt we discuss a new Doosan excavator, the new MH3040 material handler from Cat, a massive budget shortfall affecting road contractors in North Carolina, and we talk with Cory Brant of John Deere about the new features and development of the new L-Series dozers. Mentioned in […]
June 1, 2020
The Dirt #02: Construction News + Cat’s Ryan Neal Talks New 395 Excavator, Career as an Operator
In this week’s episode of The Dirt, we discuss new CTLs and skid steers from JCB, Case and New Holland and we run down the biggest headlines in construction, including a look at how contractors should plan to move forward amid the coronavirus pandemic. Our interview this week is with Ryan Neal, a product applications […]
May 25, 2020
The Dirt Episode 1: Construction News & New Equipment Roundup + Case CE’s Brady Lewis Talks Project Minotaur and the DL550B CTL Dozer
Welcome to the first episode of our new weekly construction and equipment news show, The Dirt. In this week’s episode, we run down the latest equipment releases, the top stories in the construction industry and talk with Brady Lewis of Case Construction Equipment. Brady is the Program Manager for Project Minotaur and gives us a […]
May 18, 2020
Coming Soon! The Dirt: The Construction & Equipment News Show
We’re excited to announce a new weekly show called The Dirt. It’s aimed at giving you the top headlines in construction and heavy equipment alongside conversations with equipment makers, contractors and other industry players. A new episode of The Dirt will post right here and to the Equipment World YouTube channel every Monday. The first […]
May 15, 2020
Page 2 of 2
The Chip Shortage: How Did We Get Here? | The Dirt #37
In this episode of The Dirt, we delve into the microchip shortage, which has been contributing to lower inventories for some equipment manufacturers.
Keep Track of Dirt Moved, Job Progress with Komatsu Smart Construction Dashboard
Don't Pay for Rental Equipment When Weather Stops Work
Equipment World Announces Editorial Leadership Transition
Cat's Connected Worker Puts Safety In a Hard Hat, Wearable Tag
Equipment World Contractor of the Year
The Contractor of the Year contest recognizes contractors who have annual revenues of between $3 million and $15 million and exemplify the highest standards of construction professionals.
Want to get started with PM work?
Fullbay’s new ebook shows you what data to gather and how to present potential PM services to your customers.