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Collaborative approach for Lower Thames tunnel
National Highways invites bidders for €2.7bn contract to enter ‘competitive dialogue’
79 Tadano cranes ordered
Saudi-company Expertise Contracting makes huge Tadano order
Euro Auctions and Ritchie Bros. merger scrapped
Ritchie Bros pulls out of £775m deal following decision by UK Competitions & Markets Authority
Daikin acquires Duplomatic Motion Solutions
Duplomatic Motion Solutions has been acquired from Alcedo Sgr by Daikin Industries, Ltd.
Outlook for German construction
German construction is emerging from the Covid pandemic relatively strongly, but is not, as Scott Hazelton of IHS Markit reports, without its challenges
North America strong for Caterpillar
First quarter saw high revenue growth in North American construction and resource industries
Deutz off to good start in 2022
Q1 unit sales rise more than 30% from same period in 2021, engine sales jump 35.1%
JLG Q1 sales soar, profits slump
JLG revenues for Q1 up 19.6 percent but overall profits decline -91 percent 
Epiroc launches energy saving drum cutter
VC2000 enables users to save up to 40% energy compared to other models
Sennebogen set for electric material handlers ‘world premiere’
Battery-operated machines to be presented at IFAT trade show in Germany from 30 May
How to protect workers from toxic metals
The construction industry needs to consider interventions on all fronts connected to worker safety, writes Joel Dandrea, Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association CEO
More MyCrane franchisees
The digital crane rental platform expands into the UK, Ireland and Qatar
ERA pushes for rental in EU sustainability criteria
ERA is advocating for the broad inclusion of rental in EU Taxonomy list of sustainable activities
Norwegian tower crane partnership gets first order
Tower crane manufacturer Wolffkran and Norwegian company Mikkelsen’s new joint-venture company has secured its first order
Launch of electric construction equipment accelerates in 2022
Almost half of new construction products launched this year have been electric
Terex buys Irish steel fabricator Steelweld
Move aimed to support growth of Terex Materials Processing
German equipment manufacturer drops out of Bauma
Atlas GmbH will also skip Innotrans and IAA, citing COVID and Ukraine conflict
Construction boss positive on UK infrastructure
Leo Quinn of Balfour Beatty has predicted that government investment plans will lead to a decade of infrastructure growth in the UK
Tadano suspends crane production
Component shortages precipitate temporary production stoppage at four crane factories in Germany and Japan
Boris Johnson joins Lord Bamford at new JCB India plant opening
The new plant will be gender diverse, employing 50% women
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