Customer Stories

Close to Jet-Propelled: High-Speed Excavation at RAAF Base

Taking part in a redevelopment project to grow a Royal Australian Airforce (RAAF) base while it’s fully operational is no easy feat. Not to mention when it employs 5000 uniformed and civilian personnel and has aircraft such as F-18 jets and C-17 transporters taking off and landing multiple times a day.
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Optimize feed recipes

Petty Custom Cattle Feeders operate a cattle feed lot and are charged with adding quality weight to their customers cattle in short periods of time. This requires accuracy around feed preparation and efficient use of commodities such as hay and gluten. They are also able to profit from the sale of manure, a by-product of their business. Owner Chris Petty looked to his local Caterpillar dealer for…
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Keep track of contaminated fill

Customer Lucas Total Contract Solutions, Adelaide, South Australia Trimble Products Trimble LOADRITE X2350 Key Benefits
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Trimble Grade Control Improved Efficiency and Quality at China's HuNan LiCha Highway Project

The construction of the 105 kilometer HuNan LiCha highway in China spans four lanes and involves moving 20.83 million cubic meters of earth. Managed by the HuNan LiCha Highway Development company, the highway goes from LiLin to LiuYang, ends near LiLin Highway, and crosses LiLin City, Mu Town, and ChaLin Town.
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A View To A Fill: Trimble GPS Technology Smooths Grading Jobs

When Nick Savko & Sons, Inc. was founded more than 60 years ago, Global Positioning System (GPS) technology was a thing of the distant future. Today, the Columbus, Ohio based site development firm considers it a necessity. From the owners to the estimators to the project supervisors, those who work at Nick Savko & Sons, Inc.
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Trimble DPS900 brings accuracy and improved safety to South African mine

Situated just outside the mining community of Witbank, Mpumalanga, South Africa, Anglo American’s Landau Colliery covers 8,200 hectares, producing between four and five million metric tonnes of high-grade export coal annually, and about one million tonnes for local consumption within the power sector.
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Advanced Telematics

As featured in Equipment World magazine, August 2010
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Small Contractor Adopts Technology

There is a point - a point where the realization hits a construction contractor and a decision is made. The decision could be to invest in more heavy equipment. It could be to add a new service. It could be to expand geographically into new markets. Or, as in the case of S.
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Trimble Helps Contractor Save Time and Money on Kunming Airport Project

Originally built in 1922, Kunming WUJIABA International Airport is an important regional hub in southwest China. In 2010, the airport handled more than 15 million passengers, far beyond the intended capacity of the facility. This volume of passenger traffic made Kunming Airport the seventh busiest airport in mainland China.
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There's No Stopping Trimble Machine Control

As seen in Construction Equipment Distribution, August 2010              
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