International Construction - May 2019

08 May 2019

Included in the issue: 

  • WORLD NEWS  
    Safety fears over new technology; global construction output to grow; US$56 billion for German rail; EC infrastructure fund; Notre-Dame reconstruction.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK  
    China’s economy continues to slow, although the country still enjoys stronger growth than most other countries, reports Scott Hazelton from IHS Global.
  • REGIONAL REPORT  
    The economic outlook has improved in recent years in North Africa but, reports Andy Brown, much depends on how Egypt – and its highly ambitious infrastructure plans – performs.
  • HAULERS  
    The latest developments and technology in the rigid hauler and articulated dump trucks markets are examined by Andy Brown.
  • TUNNELLING  
    The equipment used in tunnelling projects around the world and the projects themselves – which often occur in major citires – are looked at by Joe Sargent.
  • CRANES-HIGH RISE  
    Joe Sargent looks at high-rise projects from around the globe and the impressive cranes which make their construction possible.
  • PLANTWORX PREVIEW  
    A look ahead to the UK-based show, which will be held at a new location in 2019.
  • SKILLS SHORTAGE  
    With the skills shortage a genuine issue for the construction industry, Andy Brown talks to contractors and manufacturers about this issue and examines whether new technology could provide a solution.
  • INTERVIEW  
    Andy Brown spoke to Akira Kato from Sumitomo about why steady growth is key for the company.
  • OFF-HIGHWAY RESEARCH 
    An examination of the worldwide hauler market.
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