When utility contractors talk about their biggest horizontal directional drilling (HDD) pain points, the workforce shortage is consistently near the top of the list.
Fibre-based telecommunications networks aren’t just about internet access; they are also being used for industrial applications and many others, relayed Steve Seabolt, product manager with Ditch Witch.
The stakes are high for crews that work beneath the earth’s surface. When working on underground construction jobs, there is always a risk of striking a utility unless proper safety procedures are followed.
New Ditch Witch Stand-On Skid Steer: A Convenient Alternative to Traditional Skid Steers and Track Loaders
Underground construction workers, landscapers and golf industry professionals can now step outside of the cab and gain a 360-degree view of the jobsite, without compromising power needed for larger jobs, with the new Ditch Witch SK3000 stand-on skid steer.
The Ditch Witch organization, a Charles Machine Works Company, introduced the new MT9 microtrencher attachment, designed to improve productivity and to reduce the cost-per-foot on small fiber jobsites.