John Deere E-Series Construction Equipment Get’s Upgraded in 2012
American companies have increasingly looked to their customers for advice on how to upgrade specific components of their offerings, or sometimes the entire product. No organization pays attention to the advice of its users more than John Deere, as the agricultural and construction firm has relied on this input to provide the most efficient machinery it can possibly produce.
This has helped John Deere become a leading company in the construction sector, and its latest line of E-Series machines represents the best of what the firm’s engineers and customers have to say about the previous line of models.
According to a release from the iconic company, the John Deere 460E ADT – initially showcased at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011 – will join the 370E and 410E models as part of the cutting-edge E-Series of construction equipment.
The 460E is John Deere’s largest, most operator friendly truck to date, as customer feedback was an important component of the design and development process.
The new model is 46 tons and is the largest articulated dump truck that has ever been available in the construction equipment market.