CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT North America
MAMMOTH PRODUCTIVITY

Load 60 tons in four passes.

GET IT DONE WITH THE VOLVO EC950F CRAWLER EXCAVATOR AND A60H ARTICULATED HAULER

Our new EC950F crawler excavator was made for large haulers. In fact, it can fill our 60-ton A60H haul truck in just four bucket passes with an average cycle time of just over a minute. Improve efficiency, burn less fuel and keep your haulers moving with Volvo.

VOLVO EC950F 100-TON EXCAVATOR

The 100-ton EC950F excavator offers the perfect combination of power and stability to handle high capacities in the toughest applications. Equipped with a 603 hp (450 kW) Volvo D16 Tier 4 Final engine that delivers high torque at low rpm, the EC950F is designed for fast and efficient onsite production.

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VOLVO A60H ARTICULATED HAULER: PROFIT IN EVERY LOAD

Powered by a 673-horsepower Volvo D16J engine and built upon the legendary Volvo platform, our A60H goes where others can’t. The active hydraulic front suspension, hydro-mechanical steering and high ground clearance at the articulation joint enable the A60H to easily and comfortably navigate severe terrain and keep productivity high.

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EC950F

Fill a 60-ton A60H in less than 30 seconds to keep your haulers
moving with incredible power and efficiency.

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A60H

The A60H is the ideal loading tool in high production environments,
helping you haul more tons without burning excessive fuel.

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FROM OUR BLOG, THE SCOOP

HAUL ASSIST PART 1: ON-BOARD WEIGHING

Read how Haul Assist On-Board Weighing helps you monitor the performance of your articulated hauler fleet to optimize haul cycles and ensure every hauler shifts the optimal payload every time.

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HAUL ASSIST PART 2: MAP

Looking to monitor your articulated hauler fleet to improve traffic flow in real time? Read how Haul Assist Map, our newest real-time tracking app, makes it easy.

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5 STEPS TO DETERMINE IF 60-TON HAULERS ARE RIGHT FOR YOU

A hauler fleet is only as effective as its supporting machines, so it’s essential to look at the entire fleet holistically to determine what size and how many haulers are best for your site. Is a 60-ton hauler right for you? Find out.

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