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New chairman at Trackunit
Franck Cohen is appointed as the telematics company’s new chairman of the board
Eliminate Downtime gains momentum
Cross-industry businesses and organisations band together to improve productivity of construction value chain
Vestas orders wind transport systems
Nine windmill blade transport systems ordered by Vestas
NCC to build €130 million Nicolinehus
Residential and commercial development will be part of emerging Aarhus Docklands neighbourhood in Denmark
Danish army orders trailers
Four Broshuis heavy haul trailers ordered by the Danish Army
Sales structure change at Versalift
Versalift International has appointed longstanding employee Martin Sloth as international sales manager
Festival boats given a lift
HN Krane lifts theatre boats for the Störtebeker Festival on the Baltic Sea island of Rügen
Falcon for Danish facade
Horsens Liftudlejning bought a Falcon tracked platform to renovate a major exhibition and sports centre in Denmark
Danfoss agrees merger
Danish manufacturer to acquire all outstanding common shares of US-based UQM Technologies
Record reach stacker delivered
Blue Water Shipping gets 152 tonne lifting capacity reach stacker from NC Nielsen in Denmark
Fehmarnbelt ready for next stage
German/Danish link plan approval to be signed, although some funding now in doubt after court ruling
YIT merges companies
Latest stage of merger of YIT and Lemminkäinen leads to changes and new names for some companies
Riwal acquires AH-Lift
AH-Lift, based in Denmark, has a number of tracked platforms and truck mounts, as well as scissors
Unics for Danish MoD
Denmark’s Ministry of Defence has ordered a fleet of 10 tonne capacity Unic mini cranes
Point of Rental makes software acquisition
Rental software specialist Point of Rental Software has acquired RentalTrax 
Ramirent exits Danish rental market
The company has sold its Danish rental business to G.S.V. Materieludlejning A/S for €33 million
Danfoss widens electrification capabilities
Axco-Motors, with large electric solutions from 250kW up to 6MW, acquired by Danish firm
Veidekke Hochtief settles dispute
At the same time, Norwegian contractor Veidekke undergoes reorganisation of its operating areas
NCC splits in two
Swedish firm divides largest business area, NCC Building, into Building Sweden and Building Nordics
Ikusi acquired by Danfoss
Industrial radio control system division of Ikusi to be part of Danfoss
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