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Where Earthmovers Go to Grow

POSTS BY Simon Johnston

Simon's part of the team at Attach2 committed to listening to their clients and using their feedback to help create useful experiences. His background includes Business Management, Construction and IT. He prodminelty works to look after the brand communications.
06 December, 2018
Posted by Simon Johnston

Big Boys Toys 2018 and Auckland REOC

Attach2 Attended the Big Boys Toys event which hosted the 2018 CCNZ Auckland Regional Excavator Operator Competition. 

28 August, 2017
Posted by Simon Johnston

Tilt Bucket or Tilt Hitch?

 

As a manufacturer of both Tilt Buckets and Tilt Hitches (also known as a Tilt Coupler) we often get asked which is best? You want the best attachment set up for your machine, and we want you to get the best set up for your application. Both attachments are excellent at what they do, and operators often choose based on preference. Below are some of their key benefits to each tilting attachment. 

01 October, 2018
Posted by Simon Johnston

Attach2 debuts All In One Bucket - Press Release

Today (29/10/2018) Attach2 officially announces their new All In One Bucket. The all in one bucket is a new excavator attachment designed for smaller machines to increase productivity and reduce attachment changes with its GP bucket geometry and Grab ability.

27 September, 2018
Posted by Simon Johnston

Why use Cast Technology in excavator Attachments?

Cast technology has been around for centuries as an effective manufacturing tool. We are covering the top 5 reasons why cast technology is an effective way of producing parts for buckets and attachments for diggers.

03 September, 2018
Posted by Simon Johnston

Downtime.

That word, strikes fear into Business Managers, annoys Foremen and makes Operators wince. That may sound melodramatic but downtime has this reputation for a good reason. It stops Productivity -> Progress -> Profit.

30 July, 2018
Posted by Simon Johnston

Hose Headaches

My bucket won't tilt anymore...