All Europe Articles

Cramo opens new site in Sweden
New flagship store near Stockholm to meet growing demand for electrified lifts
Manitou sets net zero targets
Manufacturer to lower the CO2 emissions of its worldwide operations by 46% by 2030
London mayor calls for construction worker visa
Sadiq Khan says Gov must introduce temporary visa system to avoid impending crisis
97% of space booked for Bauma 2022
World’s largest construction trade fair confirms high level of participation
Yanmar launches next-gen mini-excavator
VIDEO: see the new Stage V-compliant Yanmar ViO17 in action
Wirtgen launches new paving equipment
Wirtgen premiers new complete concrete paving train at World of Concrete
CoalStar reveals plans for major Siberian seaport
€700 million coal and oil export terminal will have annual capacity of 35 million tonnes
Transport regs tighten in Europe
Regulations for abnormal load transports are tightening in Germany, France and Belgium, reports transport and crane association ESTA
Doosan launches wheeled excavator in 10-tonne class
Low emissions machine said to combine compactness and agility with performance
Hyundai launches three Stage V excavators
VIDEO: New 13-15 tonne HX130A LCR, HX140A L and HX145A LCR crawlers join HX A-Series
CECE names Mecalac CEO as new President
Alexandre Marchetta to steer construction industry association through key moment in Europe’s economic recovery
World’s first fully electric asphalt paver
Royal BAM, Wirtgen and New Electric have converted an asphalt spreading machine to run on electric power 
Webuild reports group’s best results to date
Italian contractor says new global contract wins amount to €10.8 billion
Hitachi sells controlling share of construction equipment business
Japanese trading company Itochu and private equity firm Japan International Partners together now own 26% of Hitachi Construction Machinery
Bomag launches tractor-towed soil stabilisers
New RS300 and RS250 offer contractors milling depths of up to 50cm and 40cm
Groundforce launches attachments e-commerce site
Excavator attachments now available for rent ‘at any time of day or night’
New BigChange tech pinpoints plant location
Added technology helps locate plant on site to within three metres
Aecom to deliver infrastructure support to US forces in UK
Engineering firm wins contract on Ministry of Defence’s €3 billion infrastructure programme
Liebherr updates compact loader offering
Upgrades include improved cab visibility and comfort, along with safety features 
Jean-Louis Olivier 1952–2022
SMIE founder and crane safety technology pioneer died on 8 January after a short and unexpected illness
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