All Canada Articles

Contracts for hydro dam awarded
A US$1.2 billion contract has been awarded for the controversial hydroelectric dam in Canada
Boels Rental places big Skyjack order
The Dutch rental company has purchased 3,000 telematic-equipped units
Mammoet assists Seaspan with vessel launch
Seaspan and Mammoet Canada launch 2,450 tonne ship for Canadian Coast Guard
Ritchie Bros Orlando auction
More than 150 cranes and 500 trailers will be part of the big Ritchie Brothers auction in Florida on 19 February
Fraco debuts FMC-3 platform
The new rack and pinion work platform was shown for the first time during World of Concrete.
Montreal light-rail construction to begin
Montreal’s $6 billion transport project given the green light
Skyjack SJ85 AJs delivered to Australia
The SJ85 AJ is Skyjack’s largest articulating boom and has a working height of 27.74m (91 feet), up and over clearance of 10.36m (34 feet) and a horizontal outreach of 17.07m (56 feet.)
Strong year-end for Finning
Canada-based distributor for Cat equipment records Q4 sales increase of 16%, with full-year up 11%
United Rentals reports $689 million US tax benefit
The US rental company’s strong 2017 performance was further boosted by a significant tax benefit.
World of Concrete opens
World of Concrete, Jan. 23-26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, is expected to attract 60,000 attendees and 1,500 suppliers from around the world
Carillion Canada battles on
Canadian subsidiary of collapsed UK construction giant says it will be business as usual
Tower Cranes North America keynote
Morrow Equipment president Christian Chalupny outlines topic for his keynote at Tower Cranes North America
Genie updates brand websites
The company has revamped all four of its sites with new tools and responsive design
Carillion fallout
Concerns raised about impact of Carillion’s demise on other businesses
Carillion in liquidation
Struggling UK contractor fails in attempt to persuade stakeholders, including UK government, to help
Severe weather guidance at Miami conference
Preparing tower cranes for extreme weather will be a key topic at the Tower Cranes North America (TCNA) conference
BIM provision at Skyjack
Skyjack is making Building Information Model (BIM) available to assist architects and engineers with their digital project plans
Link-Belts from ESS in British Columbia
Equipment Sales & Service now offers Link-Belt Cranes to customers in British Columbia, Canada
JCB expands in Canada
New JCB dealer with branches in Saskatchewan and Manitoba will offer new, used and rental construction equipment, full product support and warranty service
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