Volvo takes wraps off 60-tonne dump truck

Unveiling of the A60H
Unveiling of the A60H

Bauma, Europe’s largest construction exhibition opens today. Visitors to this year’s exhibition will see Volvo Construction Equipment unveil several new products, including the largest machines the company has ever made.

The star of the Volvo display is its new 60-tonne articulated dump truck (ADT), the A60H. Volvo has revealed little about this new machine, beyond its payload, prior to the show.
Alongside the A60H is a host of new excavators, wheel loaders, pavers, haulers and compactors – in fact, 16 brand new products in total.

The company also says that it is launching “an entirely new approach” to customer services at the show, too. Wheeled loaders on Volvo’s stand at Bauma include the new L50H, while road machinery is represented by a new D-Series paver and a number of single drum (SD75B, SD115B and SD135B) and double drum (DD25B) rollers.

Bauma 2016 takes place in Munich from 11 to 17 April.

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