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Eight positive signs for construction
As 2022 closes, we highlight reasons to be cheerful about construction
How telematics is changing equipment rental
Lucy Barnard reveals how rental firms are using telematic for their fleets
Yanmar launches certified used equipment scheme
Used equipment at “highly competitive” prices part of sustainability drive
Boels offers electric charging station
Mobile unit for electric construction machines expands ECO label range
Video: Zeppelin reveals electric equipment from Cat
Construction prototypes include a compact excavator and a 20-tonne excavator
Volvo makes e-hauler investment
Company will spend USA$32.7 million at Braås, Sweden, facility
Four electrics from Hitachi as it celebrates big anniversary
Exhibit features over 20 machines, including four new electric models
Demolition excavator launch for ambitious Kobelco
Japanese manufacturer shows SK1300DLC at Bauma as it targets big European markets
Bobcat shows ESG focus at Bauma
Environmental factors key to launch of E19e electric 2 t mini excavator
Cooperation key to electric adoption says Greschner
OEMs need to work together on charging technology, says Wacker Neuson sales chief
Dynapac launches first electric paver
Road construction equipment specialist’s eCity SD1800W e offers paving capacity of 350 tonnes an hour
How compaction equipment is meeting rising rental demand
IRN looks at how OEMs’ releases are keeping up with the demand for compaction equipment
Bobcat’s MT100 mini track loader launched in Europe
Stage V ride-on unit features moveable counterweights and a top speed of 6.6 km/h
Wacker to launch updated electric loader
Third generation WL20e will be showcased alongside 10 t electric excavator
Hyundai introduces midweight A-Series excavator
Stage V compliant HW150A CR wheeled excavator anticipated to be flagship of the range
Kubota launches LPG mini-excavator
Machine performs well with reduced emissions and toxicity
A full guide to access equipment at Bauma
All the new and interesting equipment models you can expect to see from manufacturers at Bauma
Ramirent Baltics achieves IPAF certification
Centres in Latvia and Estonia now offers MEWP operator training for the PAL Card
Bauma 2022: What access equipment will be on show?
While some major scissor and boom manufacturers have pulled out, Chinese producers will be there in force
Doosan dealer expands German branch
BAU Süddeutsche Baumaschinen to provide customer training and machine try-outs
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