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Winner of Compact Equipment Innovative Iron Awards 2019- ZW50 and ZW80

Compact Equipment Magazine announced its winners for the most outstanding equipment released over the last 12 months- and the ZW50 and ZW80 both made the top of the list! Simple. The complexity of high tech is not something everyone wants or needs. From the onset, simplicity was the mantra defining the ZW50 and ZW80 compact…

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New ZW180-6 Promo Video Released

Check out our latest promotional video for the ZW180-6! Featuring interviews with sales rep Adam Mikell of Cowin Equipment, and his customer Brandon Harp, president of B2 Contracting, this promotional video will give you a sneak peek of first hand experience owning and operating a Hitachi ZW180-6. Click here to view.

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ZW220-6 Featured in Grading & Excavating Magazine

The release of the new ZW220-6 shows how Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders America has raised its sights to deliver productivity and efficiency for the most demanding owners and operators. The ZW220-6 is the first of Hitachi’s new mid-sized wheel loaders in the Dash-6 series, fully equipped to excel in the full range of duties expected…

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ZW220-6 Featured in Aggregates Manager Magazine

Hitachi rolls out the ZW220-6, the first of its new mid-sized wheel loaders in the Dash-6 series. Designed as a do-it-all loader, the machine weighs in at 38,910 pounds and is powered by a 200-horsepower Cummins Tier 4 Final (DPF-free) engine. It delivers 34,170 pounds of breakout force. Heaped bucket capacity is 4.2 to 4.7…

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ZW220-6 Featured in Equipment World Magazine

Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders America calls its new ZW220-6 wheel loader a “do-it-all” machine. The first mid-sized loader in Hitachi’s Dash-6 generation lineup runs on a Cummins diesel engine providing 200 horsepower and 34,170 pounds of breakout force. The engine also features an auto-shutdown feature that results in a 7 percent reduction in fuel costs.…

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ZW120-6 Featured in Compact Equipment Magazine

Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders America Inc. first released its new Hitachi branded wheel loaders in 2018. While the brand is new to the North American market, the loader itself is not. Previously branded Kawasaki, and most recently KCM, the Hitachi line of larger wheel loaders was launched early last year. Back in 2010, a joint…

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Winners of Equipment Today’s Top 50 Contractor’s Award

Each year, the Contractor’s Top 50 New Products- hosted by Equipment Today and ForConstructionPros.com- showcases the new equipment and products that construction equipment owners and end users identify as the most interesting and intriguing. Recipients of the awards are determined based on page views and inquiries on the ForConstructionPros.com web portal on the new units…

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ZW180-6 Featured in Construction Equipment Magazine

Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders America’s updated ZW180- a member of the Dash-6 line-up of mid-sized wheel loaders- weighs in at 32,000 lbs (14,560 kg), delivers 26,530 lbs of breakout force, and is powered by a Cummins 200 hp Tier 4F QSB6.7 engine. Customers are offered a choice of a 3.4 cu. yd. (2.6 cu. m)…

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ZW50 and ZW80 featured in Compact Equipment article

CROWD PLEASERS: These Compact Wheel Loaders Are Some of the Most Popular on the Market Why do certain models of compact wheel loaders outsell others in a manufacturer’s lineup or in the overall market? The answer ranges from models offering market-leading performance to buyers changing direction in their preferences. It’s a sort of dance with…

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ZW180-6 Featured in Equipment World Magazine

With the addition of the updated ZW180 to its Dash-6 line-up of mid-sized wheel loaders, Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders America, Inc has claimed a place among premium production machines for top tier construction contractors, farm operations, and infrastructure fleets. Hitachi developed the Dash-6 Series to compete with the industry’s most productive and durable equipment brands.…

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