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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
Survey highlights OEM skills shortages
New survey reveals main issue is with technical and engineering positions
Cummins plans IPO for Filtration business
Share plan, price and timing of spinoff yet to be determined
Pressure on supply chains could ease as Shanghai factories open
The lockdown in China has caused issues for already stretched supply chains 
US$8 billion Indonesian high-speed railway nears completion
The railway will be open to passengers in June 2023
Strong growth predicted for Latin American construction
Latin American construction output could hit US$545 billion in 2022
Ukraine war to hit European construction
Conflict will lead to fall of 3.4% in Eastern Europe’s construction output in 2022, says market analyst GlobalData
New IPAF president looks to the future
Interview: Karin Nars, IPAF’s first female president, shares her industry goals 
North American rental: momentum, with challenges
The industry is on the brink of substantial growth as both rental companies and access manufacturers ramp up to meet demand. Lindsey Anderson reports
Developers pledge £5bn to fix unsafe high-rises
Time running out for construction material manufacturers to take responsibility, says Gove
Manitex changes CEO, buys into rental
Steve Filipov replaced by former AMECO and H-E Parts executive
Cummins completes Jacobs acquisition
Adds engine brakes, cylinder deactivation and other technologies to the Cummins portfolio
Material concerns: What the global energy crisis means for construction
How rising costs for energy and materials are impacting the global construction industry 
A design for greener construction
Researchers discover patterns in arthropod exoskeletons that could help reduce the carbon required in construction
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