How can I query all post with currrent taxonomy term?

You can create a taxonomy.php file and put your loop/query inside this file and as such anytime you are on a taxonomy page, no matter the term, be it cranes, bulldozers, etc the taxonomy.php will take over and handle the term in question (as shown in your URL).

Taken from the WordPress Codex, this is the template hierarchy – the order in which what files take precedence over another for taxonomy pages.

Custom Taxonomies display

  • taxonomy-{taxonomy}-{slug}.php – If the taxonomy were sometax, and taxonomy’s slug were someterm WordPress would look for taxonomy-sometax-someterm.php. In the case of Post Formats, the taxonomy is ‘post_format’ and the terms are ‘post-format-{format}.
    i.e. taxonomy-post_format-post-format-link.php

  • taxonomy-{taxonomy}.php – If the taxonomy were sometax, WordPress would look for taxonomy-sometax.php
  • taxonomy.php
  • archive.php
  • index.php

So as you can see if you need to you can also customize the template file right up to the individual taxonomy term, or taxonomy (if you have more than one).