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bulldozer
A tractor or other prime mover equipped with a blade attached by arms or brackets to its front end; used in pushing or piling earth or rock.
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The dozer market in Asia-Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) will continue to observe high gains owing to heavy investments in the urban as well as rural infrastructure development including residential areas, IT parks, roads and ports.
The D6 XE is the world's first high drive electric drive dozer, offering up to 35 percent better fuel efficiency and increased agility compared to the previous three-speed model D6T.
With the company constantly bringing out newer and improved versions of the machine, enter the new Cat D8R Dozer. The D8R features increased horsepower and a larger standard blade for more productivity, as well as a range of optional GRADE technologies to help bulldozer operators get more work done in less time.
Updates to the 550K and 650K dozers include incorporating a John Deere 4.5L Final Tier 4 diesel engine with 92 horsepower and 104 horsepower, respectively.
DVEO is now inviting prospective licensees of the DOZER ARQ technology, offered as an SDK plus a Permanent License, for integration into all kinds of IP video products.
With more than 20 years of experience in the banking industry, Dozer has most recently served as first vice president and senior leader for South Central Bank in Elizabethtown, where he managed the daily responsibilities of the lending staff.
In addition, two new D9R dozers have been purchased from Caterpillar as well as a 329D excavator.
Dozer Fever - Coin Pusher Game is downloadable for free at Google Play.
The 2050M provides a 14% increase in power and a 10.5% increase in fuel savings over CASE'S previously largest dozer, the 1850K.
Never bang the filter on a rock or hard surface like the dozer's track.