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  • New Location: Wacker Neuson is moving

    After more than 40 years, Wacker Neuson is moving from its home at 913 Princes Highway, Springvale, to new (and much, much larger) premises in Dandenong South.

  • Endagered species protected by external vibrators

    The Tasmanian devil is in danger of extinction due to a facial cancer (DFTD) that only occurs with Tasmanian devils and spreads very quickly. Today, the mammal can only be found on the island of Tasmania, Australia. The Tasmanian devil is named by the way its ears turn red when excited. In an attempt to save the animals, external vibrators from Wacker Neuson are being used.


  • Intermat 2015: “An important step into the future”

    The Wacker Neuson Group is welcoming visitors to Intermat with the motto “Your partner — yesterday, today and tomorrow”. In addition to many exciting innovations from Wacker Neuson, ECO solutions are featured that are particularly economical and environmentally friendly; among them, some machines that work completely free of emissions.

  • Wacker Neuson reduces HAV

    The gasoline-driven floor saws from Wacker Neuson were revised and now offer additional benefits for end users and contractors. It was possible to reduce the hand-arm vibrations (HAV) even further, which makes longer operating times and fatigue-free working possible. In addition, the high quality equipment is characterized by its performance and durability.

  • Roller alliance for Wacker Neuson and Wirtgen

    Wacker Neuson SE and the Wirtgen Group have agreed to enter a strategic alliance for soil and asphalt compaction rollers. Starting in February 2015, Wacker Neuson will source rollers from the Hamm factory in Tirschenreuth, Germany, and distribute them via its own sales network, focusing initially on markets in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.