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Early bird discount for International Tower Cranes 2015
Book in January and you will receive a 25% discount on the delegate fee for the fourth International Tower Cranes (ITC) conference in London, UK, on 27 and 28 May 2015
World Crane and Transport Summit 2015 programme outlined
The preliminary programme has been announced for the 2015 World Crane and Transport Summit, returning to Amsterdam, Netherlands, on 4 and 5 November
Programme published for ITC tower crane conference
Details are being finalised of the programme for the 2015 International Tower Cranes (ITC) conference, being held on the 27 and 28 May 2015 in London, UK
Lifting and transport events to look forward to in 2015
For 2015 there will once again be a full programme of events from International Cranes and Specialized Transport and its publisher KHL Group
Up for discussion: a review of the 2014 WCTS
A turnout of more than 260 high-level delegates at the 2014 World Crane and Transport Summit in Florida, USA, further bolstered the success of this established event
Strong turnout for 2014 WCTS
A turnout of more than 260 high-level delegates at the 2014 World Crane and Transport Summit in Florida, USA, further bolstered the success of this established event
Accounting errors at Hertz
Parent company of Hertz Equipment Rental Corp says it must restate 2011 financial statements and revise those for 2012 and 2013
ISO to develop anti-bribery standard
Auditable standard on anti-bribery management, ISO 37001, could be published in 2016
Singapore event success
Positive feedback is still coming in for the CATAP conference and the Singapore Crane Fair held to great acclaim last month
EU clearance for Cemex deal with Holcim
Months of competition investigation finds the sale of Holcim's Spanish business does not breach competition law
Construction alliance raises emissions fears
Combined industry group calls for greater EU clarity on emissions and energy targets
Cembureau concern on EU waste targets
Cement industry association highlights key issues over EU targets of 70% recycling
Volvo ordered to pay €55 million in engine emission case
US Court of Appeals rules that Volvo Group should pay penalties following dispute with Environmental Protection Agency
Major dispute values grew +1.2% in 2013
Arcadis report points to the rising value of disputes, the first ‘mega disputes’, but a fall in the average time taken to resolve disagreements.
‘No systematic corruption’ on Balfour Beatty contract
Six-month investigation into UK gas mains replacement contract has not found improper conduct on scale alleged
Leighton to settle class action case
Contractor offers payment without admission of liability relating to April 2011 profit warning.
Misconduct probe by Balfour Beatty
UK-based contractor suspends three middle managers while it investigates allegations concerning gas mains replacement work
Habtoor Leighton Group reaches Qatar settlement
Leighton’s Middle East joint venture resolves dispute over construction project in Qatar
Construction Europe podcast April 2014 (audio)
The latest Construction Europe podcast, introduced by Sandy Guthrie, editor, and Helen Wright, deputy editor, is available for download
Divestments and fines for Brazilian cement cartel
Anti-trust regulator will force four major producers to divest assets equivalent to 24% of national cement capacity and pay fines of US$ 1.4 billion.
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