Ritchie Bros says an auction is the best way for both buyers and sellers – to move used equipment, under any market condition, reports Patrick Hill. Plus, Hewden's use of auctions and news on expansion plans at online auctioneer IronPlanet in the US.
Case has launched three of its Italian-made telehandlers in North America. The three are 7000 lb (3,2 t), 8000 lb (3,6 t) and 9000 lb (4,0 t) models (TX742, TX842 and TX945) with 42 ft (12,8 m) and 45 ft (13,7 m) reaches.
UK rental company A-Plant is offering its customers an extranet facility giving them instant access to details of the equipment they are renting, and more. Here we describe how it worked for one A-Plant customer, Holroyd Construction.
Would a standard classification system for equipment be beneficial for European rental companies? It is something that the European Rental Association (ERA) is considering, and there are several existing classification systems to choose from.
Environmental concerns are among the drivers that are fuelling the growing use of specialised demolition attachments instead of more traditional hydraulic breakers. Lindsay Gale reports on the demolition attachment sector
Launch facilities at the Cape Canaveral Air Station, used by the US Department of Defense for Atlas-Centaur and Titan rocket launches for both civilian and military missions for more than 50 years, have reached the end of their working lives. It is now time for their removal and Marcor Remediation is now on site to do the job
Amid the architectural splendours of the Hapsburg's capital city of Vienna, the European Demolition Association held its autumn conference. While this line of European monarchs has long since been off the throne, the early signs of a renaissance for the EDA were there to see. Lindsay Gale reports