International Construction - December 2019

13 December 2019

Included in this issue:

  • WORLD NEWS 
    China’s Latin America investments; robotic dog unleashed for construction industry; Ghana’s SkyTrain; growth for modular construction; airport construction booming in Asia Pacific.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 
    Scott Hazelton looks at the economic prospects of the countries making up North Africa.
  • REGIONAL REPORT
    The ongoing US-China trade war has caused some pain but, discovers Andy Brown, 2020 could still be a good year for North American construction.
  • ATTACHMENTS 
    Andy Brown takes a look at the varied world of attachments, casting a particular eye on the increasing acceptance and use of tiltrotators.
  • DRILLING EQUIPMENT
    With work below ground just as important as that above it, Joe Sargent reports on the latest development in the important sector of drilling equipment.
  • HYBRID POWER
    When it comes to hybrid power options for construction equipment there really isn’t, discovers Katherine Weir, a one size fits all solution.
  • CRUSHING AND SCREENING
    With tighter environmental standards than ever before and companies focusing on the bottom line, crushing and screening methods are evolving, reports Joe Sargent.
  • SHOW PREVIEW: WORLD OF CONCRETE
    A look ahead to next year’s ever popular World of Concrete show in Las Vegas, US.
  • SHOW GUIDE: EXCON
    Whet your appetite for this year’s EXCON, which is being held in Bangalore, India.
  • OFF-HIGHWAY RESEARCH
    An examination of the North American market.
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