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ZF Services UK revamps facilities for CV
After seeing the resulting market changes post pandemic, ZF Services UK has revamped its Nottingham Centre of Competence offering to better support the commercial vehicle (CV) aftermarket.
CNH Industrial acquires Sampierana
CNH Industrial has agreed to purchase 90% of Sampierana S.p.A., an Italian manufacturer of earthmoving machines, undercarriages and spare parts
New Power Progress Yearbook showcases suppliers for electrification
The 2nd New Power Progress Yearbook, providing a snapshot of May 2020 to May 2021, is the annual reference of choice
Ritchie Bros. to acquire Euro Auctions for US$1 billion
Auction firm Ritchie Bros. to acquire Euro Auctions and expand international presence
Video: Mammoet’s approach to sustainability in lifting and transport
Erica Gray, global sustainability manager at Mammoet, explains the company’s strategic approach to reducing negative environmental impact
Cadman cuts CO2 with HVO
Switch to HVO fuel instead of mineral diesel will see Cadman Cranes cut its carbon footprint by 72 per cent
Palfinger attack highlights escalation in cyber crimes
What lessons does the Palfinger case have for the wider construction equipment industry?
How Hydac could turn up the heat on rivals
Hydac unveils a new generation of cooling system that could change thermal management
Post-pandemic demand lengthens delivery times for construction equipment
Government stimulus measures following the global pandemic have led to a surge in demand for construction equipment
Electric Spierings for Jos Blom
Spierings zero-emission eLift and eDrive cranes for Jos Blom Kraanverhuur in the Netherlands
HummingbirdEV develops fast charging system for electric tractors
HummingbirdEV tender truck charges electric tractors in the field
Vanguard adds spark to mobile hydraulics
Vanguard adds spark to mobile hydraulics
Ford shows drive with electric version of bestselling truck
Ford has made it harder for the battery electric pickup startups to get off the ground with the launch of the all-electric F-150 Lightning Pro. Since its May 2021 debut there have been reservations off the charts for one of the most complete battery electric vehicle and software package that appears to check all the boxes. The F-150 Lightning Pro highlights include two available range options of a standard, available for retail and commercial customers at just under US$40,000, and an available extended range that is available only for commercial customers regardless of fleet size.
Cummins tests hydrogen engine
Technology set to ‘reduce emissions and provide power and performance’ says engine maker
Reinvention and resilience of Parker Filtration reaps rewards for customers
Reinvention of Parker Filtration reaps rewards for customers
42nd Engine Yearbook hits top gear
Engine manufacturers hit but not devastated by impact of COVID-19
Europower rebrands as e-power
Luc and Yves Heylands have sold the Belgian genset manufacturer to investor Kurt van Dal
Huddig launches ‘world’s first’ hybrid backhoe
Swedish OEM concludes testing and sends diesel-electric Tigon loader out to first customer
ABB and Hitachi to develop electric dump truck
Dump trucks to use new onboard electrification system
6 ways to increase fuel efficiency for heavy construction equipment
Steve Nendick of Cummins offers advice for site managers on reducing costs and CO2 emissions
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