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Liebherr USA promotes mining lead to division director
The company has promoted a director to a new role
Over 1,000 exhibitors for Intermat
Paris-based construction trade show meets target of 1,000 exhibitors 
ESG reporting and the changing generational and regulatory landscape
Younger generations want their investments to align with their values. The related ESG regulations can make that a challenge for OEMs.
Why upskilling is key for construction in turbulent economic times
Stacey Hayes-Allen of the UK’s Arden University looks at the role upskilling can play in tackling the industry’s talent gap
5 simple tips to help contractors keep rental costs down
See how you can save as costs increase.
Off-Highway Research acquires IP assets from Yengst Associates
Assets include full portfolio of reports covering the construction equipment industry
India’s largest airport project using five Potain cranes
The Noida International Airport has been in development for more than two decades
US airport construction receives funding boom from federal government
See which US airports are set for building and demo activities this year
US$14 million school construction contract awarded
A turnkey project will see a Swedish firm receive SEK 150 million for the project
Construction trade association creates AI guide for contractors
ABC’s AI guide was released earlier this month and features tips to navigating the new technology
6 things OEMs should know about CARB’s proposed Tier 5 rule
CARB’s proposed emissions standard is all abouit reducing NOx and PM as well as addressing GHG emissions, among other things.
AEM publishes Scope 3 Category 11 GHG emissions reporting guidance for off-highway OEMs
The guidance is intended to promote consistency in reporting.
World of Concrete attendance up 23%
Annual masonry show saw surge in attendees as it celebrated 50 years
Could the drive to decarbonise military forces present an opportunity for construction companies?
As some of the world’s biggest militaries start to look at ways to cut their carbon emissions, could there be opportunities for construction companies?
Apprenticeships help OEMs with employee recruitment, retention
Manufacturers can make use of apprenticeship programs to foster loyalty in employees and gain a high-quality workforce.
Extinguishing EV fires poses unique challenges
When lithium ion batteries catch fire, they burn differently from internal combustion engines. Fighting those fires poses difficulties in vehicle fire suppression
Intermat sets sights on 1,000 exhibitors
France-based construction show to be held for the first time since 2018
Tadano buys aerial platform manufacturer
Japanese crane maker boosts its access range
CECE joins transatlantic call for end to EU/US steel tariffs
Industry bodies rally as steel and aircraft dispute threatens to be renewed
Kobelco Europe celebrates and anounces HQ move
Guests at 10-year event hear of HQ move in the Netherlands
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