Why a backhoe loader? Have a digging job? Trenching? Demolitions or transporting material? Then a backhoe might be what you need. Useful for everything from paving and clearing asphalt to landscaping for the private homeowner, these machines can handle a wide variety of jobs.
A few years ago, Scott Bilhardt had the itch to get out the office and trade his laptop for a piece of equipment and push and move some dirt, while building a company he could hand over to his son, Jeff, when he retires.
John Deere is celebrating 50 years of backhoe loaders, a history of innovation and excellence that first started with the introduction of the JD310 model in 1971.
The construction industry's first designed and commercially developed electric backhoe loaders — two Case 580 EV backhoes from Case Construction Equipment — have been delivered and are currently working with utilities in New York.
Case Construction Equipment has earned a 2020 Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and Metropolitan Arts Press for "Project Zeus": the Case 580 EV (electric vehicle) backhoe loader — the world's first electric backhoe.
John Deere, a manufacturer of construction equipment, and National Grid, an electricity, natural gas and clean energy delivery company serving more than 20 million people throughout the Northeast, will joint test an electric backhoe concept.
John Deere upgraded its L-Series backhoe loaders, unveiling significant machine improvements designed to boost productivity, maximize uptime and reduce operating costs.
One of JCB's longest-standing customers has unwrapped a unique present — a vintage backhoe loader restored to its former glory to mark the equipment manufacturer's approaching 75th anniversary.
Representatives of RDO Equipment Co.'s Sauk Rapids, Minn., location delivered a new machine to a customer, Swift County in Benson, Minn.
Construction Equipment Guide looks back at backhoes from the 1950's.
Case Construction Equipment's accessible backhoe loader is designed to support workforce inclusivity and provide operators of all mobility levels with an opportunity to work in construction equipment operation.