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Preview: World of Concrete 2022
After a scaled-down 2021 event, World of Concrete 2022 is readying for more exhibitors, visitors and education. ALH provides a preview.
Skyjack telematics tracks stolen equipment
Skyjack recently helped Ontario police locate and recover stolen Skyjack MEWPs 
Mammoet transports emergency stator replacement
Mammoet assisted its customer Capital Power with a crucial replacement at the Genesee Generating Station. 
Multitel appoints Canadian distributor
Rental company SOS Location secures deal after mounting two trucks with Multitel aerial platforms 
First Hitachi excavator built for North America
First medium-sized Hitachi ZX210LC-6 utility excavator, built for the North American market, has shipped from Japan
New boom truck training simulator
CM Labs’ new simulator teaches operators how to deploy and use a digger derrick attachement
United Rentals points to ‘sustained recovery’
United Rentals has again upped its full-year guidance, now expecting total revenues to be 8 to 11% higher than originally estimated at the end of 2020
Eco-friendly access
The construction industry is undergoing a transformative shift to adapt more environmentally friendly practices. Lindsey Anderson reports.
Herc shifts to ‘high gear’
Record dollar utilisation and higher pricing drive third quarter results
Herc Rentals buys again in Canada
Acquisition of Rapid Equipment Rentals will add seven locations and 110 employees in greater Toronto area
Herc could double fleet spending in 2022
New strategy sees net fleet spending of between $820 million to $1.12 billion in 2022
H&E relocates Little Rock branch
H&E Equipment Services has relocated its Little Rock branch to a new 6,450-square-foot facility in Mabelvale, AR
Rate rises assist Sunbelt to pre-Covid revenue
Sunbelt Rentals’ first quarter revenue up 22% on 2020 and 12% on 2019, partly thanks to increasing rental rates
Construction demand boosts US rental market
Regional report - Infrastructure stimulus measures and pent-up demand in the US suggest growth ahead for equipment rental firms 
Lou-Tec in Canada sold to private equity
Quebec-based company aims for growth following investment by Sagard and others
Ritchie Bros names president
Ritchie Bros confirms internal appointment 
Herc makes acquisition in Canada
Acquisition of Dwight Crane in Ontario, Canada, will expand Herc’s entertainment rentals business
Black & Veatch building for the future
Since its founding 106 years ago, Black & Veatch has defined its mission as “building human critical infrastructure
Interview: Blackwood Engineering’s evolution
Casting and counterweight manufacturer Blackwood Engineering prepares for ever-evolving future as a total solution supply chain partner
Turning heads: Rotating telehandlers
Rotating telehandlers are gaining market acceptance in the U.S. due to their extreme versatility and jobsite adaptability 
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