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Results for an ‘even stronger Veidekke’
Increases in both revenue and profit in third quarter for Norwegian firm
TCA Lift appoints development director
Craig Rooke joins TCA Lift from Teupen. The appointment is part of the company’s growth plan following its majority buyout
Danfoss buys electric solutions firm
Finnish-based Visedo specialises in electric solutions for off-highway and marine markets
Lemminkäinen shows year-on-year growth
Third quarter and nine-month figures at Finnish contractor show order inflow increases
Strong Scandinavian market settles
Veidekke report suggests Scandinavian construction and civil engineering market is levelling off
Nielsen reach stacker goes large
”Probably the world’s largest, strongest and most powerful reach stacker” is is in development by Danish manufacturer NC Nielsen
Hitachi just the job for Gustav
Danish rental company buys new Hitachi ZX225USLC-6 excavator, adding to Hitachi offerings
Heijmans on the mend
Dutch-based contractor announces positive results after a difficult period
Mammoet transports wind turbine prototype
A prototype wind turbine required custom support frames during a transport job conducted by Mammoet  
Denmark distributor for Snorkel
Karsten Haahr, owner of the newly-formed KH Lift, already has 25 years experience working with UpRight Powered Access and Snorkel equipment at KK Materiel and Treffco
Danish delight for Loxam
Loxam scoops Cramo’s Danish equipment rental business as Cramo focuses attention on modular space, in bid to become market leader
Private equity buys majority stake in TCA Lift
Generationsskifte Invest, a Denmark-based private equity company, has acquired 65% of the shares of TCA Lift. Finn Schlitterlau and Thyge Mikkelsen stay on as co-owners and managers 
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