Bulldozer refers to a kind of tractor with a blade on the front end that of a tractor, usually a crawler, used to to push, or bulldoze dirt, earth, rocks, or trees.

See also:
"Bulldozer" is in the CPC Code "44429"
Bulldozer or angledozer blades

"Bulldozer" is in the HS Code "8431.42"
- -- Bulldozer or angledozer blades

Ref: 122326/2006-09-19


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