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Reconstruction of Ukraine ‘should start now’
Rebuild Ukraine conference held at Intermat
LiuGong launches five new electric machines
China-based OEM launches five new electric products as it reaffirms commitment to battery electric construction equipment
Global Battery Alliance executive director on battery passports and a sustainable battery value chain
The organization included battery passports in its 2030 vision report. Executive Director Inga Petersen talked to Power Progress about how battery passports can contribute to a sustainable battery value chain.
Ausa looks to the future with electric machines
OEM plans new machines by 2025
Kaeser shows ‘study’ for electric compressor
Machine produced to generate discussion about electric products
Hitachi to showcase partnerships
Technology firms work with OEM to develop cutting edge excavators
Magni introduces first compact telehandler
The new 3 tonne model incorprates the manufacturer’s latest technologies 
Bobcat reveals electric telehandler prototype
VIDEO: Dennis Agnew, Acceleration Manager at Bobcat, introduces the TL25.60e
Yanmar outlines compact equipment ambitions
Developing dedicated electric platforms for compact machines
Telescopic booms: Soaring demand spurs product innovations
With more units - and OEMs - coming to market than ever before, telescopic boom lift buyers face a range of options when it comes to their next big purchase
Intermat opens in Paris
More than 1,000 exhibitors, with focus on sustainability
Volvo CE launches ‘enhanced’ wheeled loaders
Updated versions of popular models said to come with more intuitive navigation and improved ease-of-use.
Trackunit interview: swimming in a data lake
Trackunit’s Soeren Brogaard on telematics and AI
CNH names new CEO
Scott Wine to leave on July 1, 2024, after three years as CEO 
Sunward pushes ‘full liner’ credentials
Electric machines to the fore in Paris
Chrono Flex expands its offering
Testing and filtering of machine oil now available in France
Jury concludes that Caterpillar owes $100m to importer amid US lawsuit
A jury in the US has concluded that Caterpillar must pay $100 million to an importer, following a legal dispute between the two companies.
Sinoboom expands into telehandlers
Three-model fixed and rotating range launched at ceremony in Changsha 
Caterpillar: AI will revolutionise construction
World’s biggest OEM says AI is evolving at a rapid rate 
Volvo CE feels impact of market downturn with Q1 results
Volvo Construction Equipment reveals its financial results for Q1, 2024 
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