Construction Europe - April 2020

14 April 2020

Included in this issue: 

  • HAULERS 
    It’s often the case - in quarries and on large-scale construction projects - that only a truck with the size and power to shift some serious material will do. Joe Sargent investigates the latest haulers on the market
  • MINI EXCAVATORS  
    Katherine Weir reports on OEMs choosing electric power for their mini excavators, and others who have updated their engines to be Stage V compliant and lower in noise pollution to stay desirable in this market
  • COUNTRY REPORT: FRANCE 
    As the people of France confine themselves to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, some of Europe’s largest construction companies will be hoping for a speedy return to business as usual, as Mike Hayes reports
  • ACCESS EQUIPMENT 
    As the call for aerial work platforms increases at a steady pace within the construction industry, the pros and cons of boom and scissor lifts is examined by CE’s sister magazine, Access International
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