Many of the world’s construction and demolition equipment manufacturers make bold claims about their commitment to the environment and a carbon zero future. And yet, many of those same companies continue to specify and manufacture previous generation diesel engines for sale to parts of the world with less stringent emissions regulations. Is that acceptable? Is that right?
For as long as I can remember, equipment manufacturers have produced different machines for different regions of the world.
Machines destined for sunnier climes used to be offered with canopies rather than cabs.
In other regions, a sealed cab and a decent heater is way more important than air conditioning…