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San Antonio Water System Chooses New Holland Construction

February 27, 2008

SAN ANTONIO – New Holland Construction, a manufacturer and marketer of quality construction equipment, has been chosen by the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) as the provider of 57 loader backhoe machines. SAWS, a public utility owned by the City of San Antonio, will use the equipment for the installation and rehab of underground pipes, according to CNN Money.

SAWS chose the B95 model loader backhoe, which delivers the most horsepower and SAE dig-force in its class, as well as high-capacity, fast-response hydraulics and maximum visibility. New Holland Construction was chosen as the equipment provider through a bid process orchestrated by SAWS.

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