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|„Ich will Bagger“
|A huge collection of links on construction, forestry, farming and heavy load equioment.
|Aside from his collection, Berthold Wiesenfarth presents also pictures of real machinery on his website. (Currently mainly heavy haulag - website in German only.)
|Baumaschinen in 1:50
|Horst Möhler presents several very interessting models in 1:50.
|English site with a lot of detailed model reviews
|Dennis Bosman’s Lego Trucks
|Dennis Bosman is building fascinating models out of Lego bricks.
|Mr. Markgraf has collected a large number of models in 1 : 50.
|Not construction machinery but interesting nonetheless: A site on models of forestry equipment.
|Jens and Frank Hadel are building models mainly 1 : 87 in scale.
|Burkhardt Berlin is building models of heavy load equipment and cranes in 1 : 87 and 1 : 50
|Ken's Diecast Construction Models
|Take look at Ken's large collection of models
|The site of “LKW-Stefan” features a huge archive on Demag excavators, and a large collection of pictures od real machines.
|Miniature Construction World
|This page features the “Definitive Model List” and a huge collection of pictures and information of models which are partly self-built.
|The site of a fench collector, featuring a rather large collection of 1:32 and 1:50 scale models.
|Homepage of the Rhein-Main Regulars' Table of Heavy Loads. (German only.) You can find various photos of heavy loads lifting and transportation as well as custom built models.
|A little collection of forest machinery models in 1/50 and 1/32. (German only.)
|English site with photos of models and real machinery.
|Verein für Kran- und Schwerlastmodelle
|This society has dedicated itself to the construction of models of cranes and heavy load equipment, yet “only” in 1 : 87.
|CCM (Classic Construction Models) is an American manufacturer of finely detailed models. The models are mainly made from American made real machines, both classic and current.
|Brami offers only a limited range of products currently, but these are of very good quality.
|Bymo continues to produce some of the Brami models, but in the meantime has also marketed own new models.
|Along several models of asian machines, Conrad produces mainly models of european machines.
|First Gear is rather new to the business of making models of construction equipment, but can already offer some excellent models.
|FM Modellbau is a Swiss model dealer which also published several limited models.
|Gradall is a well known American manufacturer of telescopic boom excavtors
|HiMoBo offers models of rare real machines in limited lots.
|IMC is a Dutch manufacturer of scale models of construction equipment, heavy haulage equipment and trucks.
|Joal of Spain started with rather crude models that seemed to be designed mainly as toys. But in the last few years, the models got considerably better.
|This young manufacturer produces models according to machinery from the Fayat Group, namely Bomag.
|KSM is mainly a model dealer, but also offers some self-made small batch series models
|KSV offers kits and ready-made models of historical vehicels in 1/43 scale. (German website only.)
|Little Treasure Models
|Little Treasure Models offered special-livery WSI models in small batch series.
|Motorart does make the very finely detailed Volvo models.
|MSW-Modelle is a model dealer primarily, but also produces models in special liveries as small batch series in cooperation with other manufacturers.
|This rather young manufacturer the only remaining owner of a Caterpillar license.
|NZG used to have a broad offering of Caterpillar models but had to stop this in 2004 because of copyright issues.
NZG does concentrate on models of mostly european machines since then.
|The Italien manufacturer ROS Agritec started building models of farming equipment at first, but added models of construction equipment to its product range in recent years.
|Schuco became famous mainly for its high quality car miniatures in 1 : 43.
|SpecCast is a relatively young manufacturer of models which has specialised in models of historic US machinery.
|Tekno is a Dutch manufacturer of mainly truck models.
|TMC is a rather young manufacturer of models. So far, only Hitachi models were made.
|Tonkin produced some Caterpillar models in earlier times, but currently only manufacturers truck models of various US makes.
|TWH is an American manufacturer of highly detailled models, especially of American machinery
|Universal Hobbies, a France based company has entered the market of modelmaking only recently.
|WSI is a Dutch manufacturer of standard and heavy haulage truck models.
|ABG of Hameln, Germany produces pavelayers and is now part of the Ingersoll Rand Group.
|ABI produces drilling rigs and guide poles.
|Ahlmann is known for its wheel loaders with a pivoting system. At the same it is selling French Mecalac equipment in Germany.
|Atlas-Weyhausen was one of Germany's best known manufacturers of construction equipment, but was bought by Terex several years ago.
|Atlas Copco is a Sweden-based manufacturer mainly of mining equipment and attachment tools for excavators
|Bauer of Schrobenhausen, Germany doesn’t only do drilling and foundation contracting, but also builds, uses and sells drilling machinery.
|The machines from Bell of Richards Bay, South Africa are getting more and more popular in the USA and Great Britain.
|Bobcat, mostly known for its compact equipment, does now bleong to the Ingersoll-Rand Group.
|Bomag offers a wide range of compactors.
|Brinkmann produces mixing and conveying solutions for screed and concrete
|Case is an American manufacturer of construction and farming equipment.
|Caterpillar, with its broad range of products seems to have a large market share not only in Nort America and Europe, but worldwide.
|DAF is a Dutch truck manufacturer
|Demarec is a Dutch manufacturer of demolition tools
|Doll produces various kinds of truck trailers
|Frutiger is a Swiss manufacturer of scrape dozers which took over the production from Menck
|Fuchs excavators, painted in a characteristic blue, are well known machines on German construction sites. – As cable-operated excavators in earlier days, nowadays as material handlers.
|In 1995, GHH Fahrzeuge emerged from the former “mining and tunneling vehicles” division of the MAN Gutehoffnungshütte and is still producing special vehicles for mining und tunneling today.
|Goldhofer is know for its heavy load trailers, self-propelled units and tractors.
|Gottwald, which used to built large mobile cranes on its own, sold this branch to Demag and is now concentrating on railway and harbour cranes.
|Gradall is a well known American manufacturer of telescopic boom excavtors
|Grove is an American manufacturer of mobile cranes that now is part of the Manitowoc Group.
|The German roller manufacturer Hamm now belongs to the Wirtgen Group
|Hitachie offer a wide range of products of construction equipment.
|Hyundai is South Korean manufacturer of construction equipment
|From about the mid-nineties until about 2007, Ingersoll-Rand owned several construction equipment manufacturers like Melroe-Bobcat or ABG. In the meantime, Ingersoll-Rand has retired from the construction equipment sector.
|Iveco is an Italian manufacturer of trucks
|A manufacturer of small and medium sized construction equipment.
|John Deere is better known for its farming equipment throughout Europe but also offers construction machinery.
|Kaelble has one of the longest standig history within German producers of construction and heavy haulage equipment. Since several years, Kaelble is part of the Terex corporation.
|Keestrack is a Belgian manufacturer of screening units and crushers.
|Kobelco is more active in North America and Asia than in Europe.
|Kocurek is a British manufacturer of mainly special excavator booms like material handlers and longfront demolition machines.
|Kögel used to make tipper trailers, but seems to have specialised in cargo trailers only now.
|This Japanese manufacturer offers a broad range of products from compact excavators to huge mining trucks.
|Kramer, a well know German manufacturer of small wheel loaders, merged with Neuson several years ago.
|Leonard specialized in the construction of special equipments, which are used mainly for cleaning blast furnaces.
|LeTourneau offers large wheel loaders and forestry machinery.
|Liebher builds a large offering of machinery in Germany and Austria, ranging from hydraulic excavators to mobile cranes and minig equipment.
|Link-Belt construction equipment is better known in North America than in Europe.
|Mantovanibenne is an Italian manufacturer of attachment tools for construction and demolition maschinery.
|This Italien manufacturer of paving equipment now belongs to the Fayat group
|Meiller produces mainly tipping equipment for trucks.
|Menzi Muck of Switzerland produces small excavators with a very good rough terrain capability.
|This Norwegian company produces articulated dump trucks
|Neuson is a manufacturer of small excavators, dumpers and similar equipment.
|This American manufacturer offers both farming and construction equipment.
|Nooteboom is a Dutch manufacturer of special and heavy haulage trailers.
|O&K - Mining
|The O&K Mining Division (which is offering the largest hydraulic excavator of the world) runs a homepage on its own.
|Okada is a Japanese manufacturer of demolition tools
|Palfinger produces various track attachments like loading cranes, aerial platforms and tail lifts
|Putzmeister produces a wide range of concrete pumping equipment.
|Rimac is a small Italian manufacturer of mobile crusher and screens
|RTG is part of the Bauer group for foundation equipment and produces mainly machinery for sheet piling. Especially leaders and hydraulic vibrators
|Rubblemaster is a manufacturer of mobile crushers and screens of Austria.
|Sandvik is a Swedish conglomerate that also produces various mining machines, crushers etc.
|Sany is a large Chinese “full liner” manufacturer of construction equipment.
|Scania is a Swedish manufacturer of various trucks and lorries
|Schaeff is a German company that is well known for its small excavators. Meanwhile, it was bought by Terex.
|Scheuerle is a German manufacturer of a broad range of heavy haulage equipment.
|Schörling is well known for municipal vehicles. Nowadays, only garbage trucks are still produced.
|Schwarzmüller produces a great variety of truck trailers and semitrailers.
|Schwing produces concrete distribution equipment like concrete pumps and placing booms.
|This company specialised in cranes and material handler
|Soilmec is an Italian manufacturer of piling and foundation equipment.
|Stetter produces conrete mixing plants and truck mounted concrete mixers
|Takeuchi offers compact excavators.
|Terberg is a Dutch manufacturer of special trucks and vehicles
|After a changeful history, today companies like O&K Mining and Demag belong to the Terex Group.
|Demag, a manufacturer of cranes, does now belong to the Terex Group.
|Vermeer produces mainly trenching and pipelaying equipment
|Vögele is a well-known manufacturer of paving equipment usually painted in characteristic green. Since a couple of years, Vögele is part of the Wirtgen Group.
|Volvo of Sweden is probably better known for its cars or “normal” trucks, but also offers a complete package of construction equipment.
|Waitzinger is a German manufacturer of concrete pumps, concrete placing booms and similar equipment. It was founded in 1991.
|Waratah is an American manufacturer of forestry attachments.
|Wirtgen produces special machinery mainly for road construction purposes.
|Zeppelin used to offer a wide range of products of its own but seems to concentrate now on the Caterpillar dealership throughout Germany.