Keep up to date with our press coverage with regular snippets on featured articles, interviews and advertising covering Terex Trucks.

September 2020

  • Terex Trucks dump truck range updated

    Since the formation of Terex Trucks as a division of Volvo Construction Equipment, its articulated dump truck range has been transformed.

August 2020

  • Articulated Trucks Go Back to School for Houston Construction Projects

    Five Terex Trucks TA300 articulated haulers prepare the ground for two major new high school construction projects in Houston, Texas.

July 2020

  • Construction industry begins to emerge from Covid-19 crisis

    The Covid-19 pandemic is one of the biggest challenges the construction industry has ever faced. Paul Douglas, Managing Director of British articulated hauler manufacturer Terex Trucks, shares some industry insight into the European construction market.

June 2020

  • Key construction projects give hauling OEMs cause for optimism

    The MD of hauler manufacturer Terex Trucks predicts that the global construction industry – with help from government investment in key infrastructure projects – will be extremely important to economic recovery.

  • Cool runnings

    The challenges of running an industrial vehicle in extreme sub-zero temperatures are numerous, with hydraulics ranking high in the key systems that need special adaptation to ensure work doesn't grid to a halt.

May 2020

  • Construction industry is crucial to UK’s economic recovery

    Guy Wilson, global sales director at Terex Trucks, discusses the UK construction market and tells Project Plant why there’s still cause for optimism despite the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic.

April 2020

  • Terex Trucks signs new dealer in North America

    With around 170 articulated haulers sold annually in Georgia, Terex Trucks has signed a new dealer in the state – Border Equipment – to support the growing demand from customers choosing dump trucks in North America.

March 2020

  • Terex Trucks’ TA400s brave -45˚C in Russia’s Arpatsky mine

    Situated in eastern Siberia, the Arpatsky coal mine is a tough workplace for operators and machines. The long winter – when temperatures can get as low as -45˚C – puts mining equipment to the test.