All Ireland Articles

Kavanagh adds Tadano mobile cranes to fleet
Delivery will see Kavanagh Crane Hire update its fleet with the AC 4.100L-1 and the AC 5.220L-1
JCB opens new online ordering site
Site will ‘transform’ how customers in the UK & Ireland buy construction machinery, says manufacturer 
More MyCrane franchisees
The digital crane rental platform expands into the UK, Ireland and Qatar
First for electric JCB in Ireland
John Sisk & Son becomes first construction company in Ireland to invest in an electric telehandler
$354 million Dublin Airport contract awarded
Sisk/Lagan JV to carry out demolition, preparation and site clearance works
Goldhofer for Irish transport company
The heavy-duty combination will be used to transport heavy wind farm components
New 700 tonne Liebherr for Ireland
Crane Hire Limited takes delivery of a new LTM 1650-8.1 wheeled mobile telescopic crane
Briggs moves into lithium with Snorkel
Rental company is first in Ireland to invest in Snorkel’s lithium-ion powered Speed Level lifts
Euro Access acquired by explosion safety specialist
Longstanding relationship leads Pyroban to expand with military and aerospace MEWP manufacturer
Raimondi tower cranes installed in Ireland
The four cranes planned for the jobsite by year’s end include a new MRT159, a MRT189 and a LRH174, all ordered by Irish Cranes to add to their existing fleet
Stafford acquires Soima
Portuguese tower crane manufacturer bought by tower crane specialist Stafford Crane Group
New Kato crane for O’Carroll
O’Carroll Haulage and Crane Hire adding a new 25 tonne capacity city crane to its fleet at the end of September
Water management vital to tackle infra climate challenges
Proactive water management: How pumping and treatment equipment can make infrastructure more climate resilient, while saving time and reducing costs
BAM posts positive results but issues supply chain warning
Strong increase in revenue for construction group, but supply chain and Covid-19 uncertainties remain 
How construction workers are struggling with poor mental health
Why poor mental health is such a problem in the construction industry, and what we can do to lower suicide rates
Liebherr’s double first in Ireland
Liebherr marks two milestones with the first new crane for O’Hagan which is also the first LTM 1110-5.1 in Ireland
Terex MP acquires MDS International
Trommel manufacturer MDS will operate as a standalone brand alongside Powerscreen, Terex Finlay and EvoQuip 
Speedy makes €3.4m investment in Skyjacks
Skyjack equipment adds to recent investments by Speedy Powered Access
Versalift UK appoints sales manager for Ireland
Niall Brannigan takes up sales manager role for the Republic of Ireland, ahead of product launches
Speedy makes net zero carbon commitment
Speedy Hire committed to net zero emissions before 2050, and reports 10.6% revenue fall in 2020
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