Customer Stories

Loading Accuracy Essential for Port

  The problem Based on the east coast of China, the Xiamen Port is one of the trunk line ports for the Asia-Pacific region, and as the eighth largest port in China it is not only busy, but an essential link a larger chain.
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Efficient Coal Load Out

The Kailuan Mining Group operates a number of sites around the world, including the coal mine in Tangshen China, where over 100 loaders shift 20,000 tons of coal per day. The Kailuan Mining Group has an annual operating income of over ¥250 billion.
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Tracking Aggregates in Montana

The Challenge Glacier County Roads Department is responsible for local road maintenance and other work but also provide aggregates to local customers. They were looking for a system which would allow them to monitor and streamline their own business, while also letting them supply customers with information on the product and exact weights.
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Trimble technology really pays off for small construction company

Customer Profile: Darryl Gibbons is a third-generation construction professional who recently sold his family business only to start up again from scratch. His new company, Nelson Civil Construction (NCC), services the top of New Zealand’s South Island as a principal contractor on residential and industrial subdivisions, and as a subcontractor for roading work.
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Dutch Contractor Fuhler Increases Accuracy, Efficiency on Indoor Excavation Project

Customer Profile: Fuhler is a contracting and rental company based in Emmen, Netherlands.
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Trimble Technology Improved Productivity on Highway Project in India

Customer Profile:   Gayatri Projects Ltd. is the flagship company of Gayatri Group that has interests in infrastructure, power, hospitality, real estate and industry.
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Keep Track of Contaminated Waste

Lucas Total Contract Solutions is carrying out site excavation works for a project in Adelaide’s CBD. A Hitachi ZX330 excavator is handling all excess material from service trenches, retaining walls and other sources which is then trucked from the site. The site also contains some low-level contaminated waste which needs to be removed.
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Underloading is expensive on large earth moving contract

Per Aarsleff A/S recently won a construction contract in Hasselager near Aarhus, Denmark  they are working on for its new 12,000 square metre headquarters, which will be ready by the end of 2016. Before building can begin, 45,000 cubic meters (58,500 tons) of earth and clay (1.3 average density) must be excavated and removed from site.
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JC Balls & Sons Builds Successful Earthworks Business with Trimble Grade Control and Business Center-HCE

Overview Customer Profile: Founded in 1963 by James Christopher Balls, JC Balls & Sons specializes in earthmoving and bulk excavations in the East Midlands, England. The company also has a large fleet of heavy machinery for rent as well as a concrete plant.
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