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Kleemann impact crusher wins Design Award
Kleemann machine was named again to the annual German award list
Liebherr to show battery-electric wheeled loader at Intermat
Incorporates a high-voltage battery system specially developed for the application
US airport construction receives funding boom from federal government
See which US airports are set for building and demo activities this year
New compactor can “reduce project emissions by up to 50%”
New machine meets EU and US emission-reduction standards
VIDEO: Walkaround of new JCB 3TE three-tonne dumper
Rhys Bradbury, JCB’s Product and Sales manager for site dumpers looks at the new 3TE electric dumper
US$14 million school construction contract awarded
A turnkey project will see a Swedish firm receive SEK 150 million for the project
Polaris launches all-electric utility vehicle
OEM targeting customers in construction and equipment rental
JCB unveils new mini excavator and dumper machines
The new additions fill gaps in the company’s machine lineup
Industry awards highlight new tech with new categories
Power Progress Summit Awards’ new categories include Product Development Team of the Year
Argo amphibious XTV enters production
Xtreme Terrain Vehicle being produced at company’s Canada facility
Skanska wins US$113m New York airport contract
Sweden-based firm will update infrastructure as part of multi-million-dollar deal
Briggs & Stratton CEO exits just months after hiring
Joe Liotine departs company, Kristina Cerniglia takes helm as interim CEO
Yanmar introduces its first compact track loaders to North America
The announcement follows four years of research and development
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
John Deere’s Pierre Guyot on the future of powering construction equipment
The question of how to power construction equipment effectively at the same time as bringing down carbon emissions is taxing the minds of experts across the sector.
Are governments going to start mandating for non-diesel-powered construction equipment?
As the UK considers a new strategy for decarbonising construction equipment, is it a sign that governments could start mandating for machines powered by something other than diesel?
Electrification gains ground in North America
Xerotech sees growing opportunities in multiple industries and applications
Trendlines: 2023 proves a surprising year
Construction markets in 2023 were better than expected. Why was this and what’s in store for 2024?
5 tech takeaways from CES 2024
Leading equipment manufacturers were a force at CES 2024, showing off tech for the future of construction and agriculture while hinting at a new world to come
From playroom to construction site, company creates ‘real-life Lego kit’
Renco’s composite blocks were used to a build a 96-unit residential building in Florida, US
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