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  • Red Dot for Wacker Neuson excavator EZ50

    When developing products, Wacker Neuson has always placed great importance on the design language of its construction machines and equipment. Now, the Zero Tail excavator EZ50 has been distinguished with the Red Dot of the prestigious Red Dot Award: Product Design.

  • Our newest products

    Wacker Neuson is continuously developing new products and optimizing proven machines and construction equipment to offer customers comprehensive solutions for their daily work on the construction site. In spring 2021, the company presents new compact equipment such as excavators and dumpers as well as innovations in the field of compaction and from the zero emission range.

  • Compaction work in the Munich inner city

    From the 30-kilogram vibratory rammer to the 7-ton roller, with a classic gasoline or diesel engine or even battery-powered, Wacker Neuson offers everything for light to heavy compaction work. On one of the Kassecker company’s construction sites in the inner city of Munich, almost the entire compaction portfolio is put into use.

  • Electric machines in practical application: easy, electric, emission-free

    As part of a private construction project in which a building complex of high-rise residential buildings, an office building and a hotel are developed, the outdoor facilities are designed with the help of the zero emission range by Wacker Neuson.

  • 2-stroke rammer – Health and environmental protection in focus

    Wacker Neuson has a long tradition in the field of soil compaction: Hermann Wacker invented the first electric vibratory rammer as early as 1930, and the first rammer with a combustion engine also came from Wacker. In the meantime, Wacker Neuson offers a wide range of rammer models with gasoline, diesel or electric drive - today, however, cordless with rechargeable battery. In the field of conventionally powered models, the gasoline rammers with two-stroke engines from Wacker Neuson are characterized by the lowest overall emissions on the market.

  • A look back: The year 2020 at Wacker Neuson

    For Wacker Neuson, the focus was always on customer benefits in this special year as well. With new innovative products and the expansion of the zero emission series, Wacker Neuson is helping customers find suitable solutions for their challenges on the construction site.

  • Vibratory roller RD7: Compact optimally with ease

    Within the range of soil cultivation, Wacker Neuson offers a wide product portfolio for soil and asphalt compaction. The new walk-behind dual-vibration roller RD7 in the 700-kilogram class expands the portfolio with a unit that is particularly ergonomic and efficient in performance.

  • New dumper models: Material transport made easy

    When transporting materials, especially when uneven ground conditions are involved, dumpers are the helpers in demand on every construction site. For this, Wacker Neuson offers various wheel dumpers from one to ten metric tons payload. The portfolio is now expanded to include the new DW40 model. Additional options are also available for the DW20 and DW30 models.

  • Efficient and productive in narrow spaces

    Wacker Neuson impresses with compact yet powerful machines in a wide range of applications. Whether for gardening and landscaping, building and civil engineering or in municipalities – with the telehandlers and wheel loaders, material can be efficiently transported, lifted and loaded. With both new machines, the telehandler TH412 and the wheel loader WL28, Wacker Neuson brings two optimized all-rounders to the market.

  • zero emission: In application for a garden show

    In Erfurt, all preparations are being made for the National Garden Show (BUGA) taking place in 2021. In designing one of the highlights, the Danakil Desert and Jungle House, only emission-free construction machines and equipment were considered, in order to protect the exotic plants but also to be able to work efficiently – an ideal construction site for the zero emission solutions by Wacker Neuson.