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JLG opens Atlanta service center
The facility is 14,400-square-feet and features eight service bays
Cost rise slows in US
While US construction costs are still on the rise, the rate of inflation has slowed, says IHS Markit
Manitou showcases new products
The North American arm of the company debuted new telehandlers and MEWPs for the rental market
Genie debuts material carrier attachment for scissors
The attachment will work with Genie GS-2669, GS-3369 and GS-4069 DC and RT scissor lifts
Canadian expansion for United
United Rentals of Canada seals CA$120 million deal to acquire WesternOne
Obituary: Gunnar Mardon
Gunnar Mardon was a big help in driving forward the European Crane Operators Licence
Preventing and fixing problems
Keeping machines in good working order is as easy as following a manufacturer’s manual. But with upcoming changes to the ANSI standards, maintenance procedures might need tweaks. But don’t worry too much – technology has your back. ALH reports.
Versatility at your fingertips
The rotating telehandler market is heating up in North America 
Sunbelt propels strong Q1 at Ashtead
Ashtead reported growth at both Sunbelt and A-Plant in the three months to 31 July.
Accès Location+ names new president
Luc Bertrand is appointed president as founder Harold Dubé retires
Funding secured for Canadian REM
Canadian light rail network receives CAD$1.2 billion loan to complete financing
Point of Rental expands in Montreal
The company has appointed Mathieu Desaulniers for French-speaking support
Finning’s Villegas to retire
Juan Carlos Villegas, president, Finning Canada, to retire, while former Hewden CEO takes over
Vinci Construction said to have stabilised
Construction order intake falls, but group’s Contracting segment revenue shows growth of 6.9%
Mammoet moves
Moving a pair of 400 tonne tugboats was a challenge met by Mammoet on a job in Canada
US-Canada bridge given green light
A consortium to build a 2.5km cable-stayed bridge has been selected
United to enter Europe with BakerCorp takeover
The world’s biggest rental company to enter Europe after 21 years of North American-only operations
Ground broken on Vancouver airport expansion
Work begins on a US$6.8 billion 20-year project to increase the capacity of the Canadian airport
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