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Materials shortages ‘won’t halt recovery’
Research from Dutch financial services group ING points to resilient construction market
CE Barometer results for August 2021
Welcome signs of new confidence follow recent recovery wobbles
The CE100 list of European contractors
Construction Europe presents its ranking of the top 100 construction companies in Europe, by revenue
“Frenzy” in US residential construction
Construction - especially residential - strong in the US, but supply chain issues and lack of workers hindering growth 
Used scissor, boom prices skyrocket in U.S.
Used access equipment prices are up 29% in the U.S. according to the September Market Trends Report from Ritchie Bros
Construction demand boosts US rental market
Regional report - Infrastructure stimulus measures and pent-up demand in the US suggest growth ahead for equipment rental firms 
Webinar Recording: Recycling Opportunities
Leading demolition industry experts Johan d’Hooghe, Barry O’Hare and Jeff Sizemore discuss the rising potential of waste recycling
French rental recovering, but challenges persist
Second quarter revenues up 54% year-on-year, but industry now facing equipment shortages and recruitment challenges
UK equipment sales set to exceed 2019 levels, says CEA
22,000 units sold in first seven months of 2021 shows underlying strength of the UK market
‘Record’ construction sales predicted for 2021
Off-Highway Research says construction equipment sales of US$110 billion to occur this year
EDA: Demolition remains stable despite challenges of 2020
Latest European Demolition Association Industry Report now available and news is positive
ARA: 2022 rental revenues to surpass 2019’s record
Equipment rental revenues in 2022 will surpass previous 2019 peak, fueled by construction and industrial services, according to ARA
ALH speaker highlight: Charlie Dougherty
Charlie Dougherty, vice president and economist with Wells Fargo Securities, to present economic outlook at 2021 ALH Conference
Cargotec warns of delays and price rises as orders boom
Overall 69% increase in orders driven by the Hiab division which makes hydraulic loader cranes and materials handling equipment
Rough terrain market to see rebound
Hannah Sundermeyer compiles the latest rough terrain models to hit the North American market.
UK construction equipment sales increase by 70%
First half of 2021 sees equipment sales reach 18,000 units, despite supply chain delays and rising prices, according to CEA data
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
Global construction industry to grow by 5.7% in 2021
Report predicts construction to see good growth in 2021, although issues such as lack of materials remains a concern
Used crane demand indicates marketplace recovery
The driving force for buying a used crane is price and availability.
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