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Ferrovial sells stake in Indian road construction company for €214 million
Dutch-headquartered infrastructure company Ferrovial has sold its stake Indian road construction company IRB Infrastructure Developers via its Cintra subsidiary
Amey drops equipment rental partner HSS Group
UK-based infrastructure company Amey has dropped its equipment rental partner HSS Hire Group in favour of another supplier
Could US tariffs on Chinese goods endanger adoption of electric construction equipment?
When news emerged last month that the US government would be raising tariffs on a wide range of Chinese goods, including electric vehicles and batteries, it wasn’t immediately obvious whether this would apply to construction equipment
World’s top 10 construction OEMs by sales revealed
Find out exactly which OEMs make up the global top ten by sales 
Sales for world’s top 50 construction OEMs revealed
Yellow Table compiles the sales for the world’s top 50 construction equipment manufacturers 
AI-powered robotic excavators take direction on site
Gravis Robotics is developing a module that attaches to individual excavators so they can work to spec every day on the job 
Steelwrist opens North American headquarters
New facility marks key milestone in company’s expansion strategy
How sophisticated deepfake scams aim to extract millions from construction companies
If you haven’t heard the term ‘deepfake’ before, then the chances are you soon will
Lendlease exits international construction markets
Lendlease quits international markets as it looks to save US$3 billion
Construction starts on Tesla Megapack battery factory in Shanghai
Construction has started on a new Tesla Megapack battery plant in Shanghai, China, after authorities issued the project with a permit last week
South Korea to pump $19 billion into chip sector amid global building frenzy
South Korea has announced that it will pump 26 trillion won (US$19 billion) into its chip manufacturing businesses, as semiconductor firms race to build facilities in ‘all-out warfare’
Arup employee falls victim to US$25 million deepfake video call scam
Engineering firm Arup has confirmed that one of its employees in Hong Kong fell victim to a deepfake video call that led them to transfer HK$200 million (US$25.6 million) of the company’s money to criminals
XCMG releases its first ESG report
Report reveals how much OEM spent on research and development in 2023 
Despite materials price surge, US contractors remain confident
Material prices surge in April but contractors are remaining positive
XCMG reveals extent of its international sales
China-based OEM reveals what percentage of its revenue now comes from international markets 
Wired differently: Harnessing neurodiverse talent in construction
What skills can people with autism, dyslexia and ADHD bring to the construction sector?
Austrian bank drops plans to buy Russian-owned stake in Strabag amid US pressure
Austrian-based Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) has dropped a plan to buy a €1.5 billion (US$1.6 billion) stake in Austrian construction group Strabag from Russian shareholders, reportedly amid pressure from the US
Yellow Line: Is construction equipment changing colour?
Can the ubiquitous yellow excavator survive in an age of global branding?
Caterpillar’s 2023 highlights: remote control tech and electric solutions
OEM reveals 2023 sales for construction and resource industries, and its highlights of the year
Oshkosh to buy Spain’s Ausa
Deal will add wide range of compact equipment to JLG’s range
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