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GHH supplies maintenance vehicles

With several vehicles, the machine manufacturer GHH Vehicles GmbH, Gelsen­kirchen/Germany, now also supports the world’s largest copper producer Codelco, which is currently managing a mega-project in the Atacama desert – turning a giant mine upside down. Meanwhile, other utility vehicles went to India, Kazhakstan and Russia, including the newly developed emulsion charger BEC100. Codelco estimates its annual copper production at ...

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GHH sets new standards with biodegradable hydraulics

First super-clean Stage V diesel, then electric drives and now flame-retardant and biodegradable hydraulic fluids: GHH Vehicles GmbH, Gelsenkirchen/Germany, the manufacturer of civil engineering and mining machinery, is setting an impressive pace in protecting people and the environment. The company has already devoted itself to the immediate protection of drivers. GHH’s loaders, dump trucks and special vehicles are well known ...

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GHH presents LHD with Stage V

GHH Vehicles GmbH, Gelsenkirchen/Germany, the manufacturer of heavy machinery for rock logistics, announces the launch of the Stage V engine range in their load haul dumpers (LHD). It starts with the new LF-14, a vehicle that is more than just a technical highlight. It marks nothing less than the current spearhead of a strategy designed to make GHH the “cleanest” ...

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GHH “solid as a rock”

Three manufacturers are currently repositioning themselves, rebranding and building up the GHH Group, Gelsenkirchen/Germany: One of the largest suppliers of machines for mining, tunnelling and special civil engineering (Figure 1). This step is illustrated by a common logo consisting only of the letters GHH and a corresponding corporate design, which is gradually being introduced (Figure 2). The rebranding includes new ...

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New MK-42 to beat them all

Best of its kind: GHH Fahrzeuge GmbH, Gelsenkirchen/Germany, developed the new MK-42 dump truck with this claim in mind. In fact, in some areas it is the first in its class. The German manufacturer of heavy machinery for civil engineering, tunnelling and mining is considered a rock in the industry. Its roots go back to 1758. The company separated from ...

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GHH and MacLean become partners

Two major manufacturers of construction machinery and equipment are now cooperating on the world market: GHH Fahrzeuge GmbH from Gelsenkirchen/Germany, and MacLean from Ontario/Canada, announced their cooperation at a plant inauguration in Mexico in February 2020 (Figure 1). MacLean intends to use the new production facility in Queretaro to reach customers in Latin America in particular, and to increasingly serve North ...

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Radio Remote Control from GHH

Safety first in mining and tunnelling: For this reason, the German machine manufacturer GHH Fahrzeuge GmbH, Gelsenkirchen, is pushing the use of radio remote controls whereever it suits the application. Its T-RX100J model (Figure 1) is particularly light, comparatively inexpensive and also works with other OEM equipment. It can be used to control heavy equipment by radio remote, from a ...

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18 in one giant leap

GHH Vehicles GmbH, Gelsenkirchen/Germany, the manufacturer of mining and tunnelling machines, is significantly expanding its presence on the market: 18 more machine types will be included in the product range. GHH can thus be regarded as a new full-range supplier in his business, supplying its customers with almost everything, almost everywhere. It is a strategic move that opens up a ...

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Tembo 4×4 e-LV now available worldwide

The “green” revolution can no longer be stopped, not in the highly competitive mining and tunnelling industry anyway: load haul dumpers (LHDs) are already removing and reducing emissions through battery, tethered electric and Stage V engines, and now it is time for light duty vehicles in the mining industry. Automotive manufacturers have impressively demonstrated in road passenger cars that switching ...

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