Rental Sector News
Capacity, flexibility and lowering emissions are seeing new introductions for telescopic lifts
Vincent Ranaivoson, Kiloutou’s group chief transformation director, tells IRN about the company’s new e-commerce site for France.
The four big takeaways to emerge from the year’s largest construction equipment show.
It’s now over a month since two earthquakes in rapid succession devastated parts of Turkey and neighbouring Syria.
D&Ri talks to a company increasingly looking at hydraulic breakers, and not just in its own country
As more electrically powered construction equipment comes to market, are the days of the combustion engine numbered?
European manufacturers of spider lifts have found a foothold in the United States as the product gains ground
Construction equipment manufacturer electrifies more products plus adds new machine categories to lineup
Lucy Barnard reports on a complicated engineering challenge
Tom Topolski speaks with Lindsey Anderson about projects, the supply chain and what’s next in the technology pipeline
UNACEA president Michele Vitulano on the importance of the American market
Compact track loader sales in North America have skyrocketed and look to maintain their momentum
Soeren Brogaard on what the Act means for construction
Jitender Aggarwal plans on protection the emerging sector
Contractors turn to software and data to optimise equipment
Meet Nagaya ‘Dezi’ Akihiro – the artist, sculptor, musician and automotive design pioneer who is now head of design at Yanmar
Johanna Neuhoff of Oxford Economics examines strategies adopted by construction firms in Germany to protect themselves from crises