Newest Innovations on Display at 2016 WasteExpo
New Way to unveil new Sidewinder arm option.
In less than three weeks, refuse industry professionals from all over the globe will converge in Las Vegas for the 2016 WasteExpo event and conference. The industry’s biggest annual event, which is celebrating it’s 48th year, will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, June 6-9. Refuse industry leader New Way® Trucks is putting the finishing touches on their WasteExpo efforts. The Iowa based refuse truck manufacturer will display three trucks in their 3,000 sq ft booth (#1543), including a new style Mammoth™ front loader, as well as a Sidewinder™ automated side-loader, and a ROTO PAC® auger-driven automated side-loader.
When it comes to unveiling new innovations, WasteExpo is the time and place where refuse companies display their newest products. During this year’s expo, the New Way team will be unveiling a new arm option for the Sidewinder automated side-loader, which provides easier access and agility in tight spaces, as well as the company’s redesigned front loader product.
The new style Mammoth front loader features a new curved floor and roof design for weight reduction, redesigned arm cylinder geometry to reduce forces on bulkhead and center desk, as well as a lower hopper and body to allow the one piece hopper door to slide under a roof mounted CNG cabinet. Additionally, a redesigned CAN Bus and hydraulic system allows for better system controls, as well as removal of deceleration valve and mac air valve. “By making one piece body sides, roof and floor, we’ve managed to strengthen our Mammoth’s design, minimized costs, and met our west coast unit 16,000 lb. weight goal,” said New Way vice president of sales Phil Allen. “We have an incredible space on the WasteExpo show floor this year and can’t wait to engage with attendees. We’ve already received quite a few booth appointment requests from prospective customers, so we are anticipating a great expo.” Allen went on to mention that their ROTO PAC has a lower manual loading height due to the optional hopper drop down side panel.
In addition to the three refuse trucks featured in their booth, New Way will have a Diamondback rear loader on display in the Hino booth (#2731), and has once again donated a 20 yd Cobra rear loader to the Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF) that will be auctioned off during WasteExpo in booth #5148. The charitable organization auction, of which New Way has been a great supporter, has raised over $16 million to help fund and direct scientific research and educational initiatives for waste management practices to benefit industry participants and the communities they serve.
New Way’s WasteExpo team, which will be comprised of authorized reps, engineers and company executives, will be available to answer attendee questions at booth #1543, June 7-9. Those unable to attend WasteExpo can keep up with the action by visiting the refuse truck manufacturer’s WasteExpo event page (newwaytrucks.com/ WasteExpo), which will include event photos, video, product links, social media feeds and more.