All China (inc. Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau) Articles

Dingli treble launch at APEX Asia
China’s biggest manufacturer of aerial work platforms Dingli will present more than 10 products at APEX Asia, with three of them being launched at the show - a telescopic boom, ultra boom and scissor
JLG confirms APEX Asia line-up
JLG will display two scissors and a boom at APEX Asia which represents its focus on the Chinese and Asian markets
Balfour Beatty JV wins Hong Kong contract
Gammon Construction chosen for US$383 million residential project
Euro Auctions’ Hong Kong debut
Construction machinery auctioneer, Euro Auctions, is to hold its first ever equipment sale in Hong Kong
Handler moves into pick-ups
Xuzhou Handler Special Vehicle Co. will show two products at APEX Asia. They will include a new 7.5m working height pick-up mount and a 45m insulated unit
Three launches from Sinoboom
Sinoboom is set to launch three  products at APEX Asia, one of which, the GTTZ10EJ vertical mast, represents the China-based manufacturer’s entry into a new category
Wacker’s record figures
Wacker Neuson raises revenue forecast after good second quarter, and reports improved profitability
First truck mount event in Hong Kong
The first Hong Kong Truck Mounted Aerial Platform Open Day was held in July by Tadano distributor Shing Fung. IPAF was there to provide a pre-inspection demonstration 
Remarkable turnaround in Chinese equipment market
Sales of construction equipment in China are expected to grow +55% this year according to updated forecasts from specialist consultant Off-Highway Research.
Infrastructure acquisition gambles on smart metering
Group backed by billionaire Li Ka-shing buys Germany’s Ista International for estimated US$5.3 billion
Chinese order for Hiab
The Shanghai Longcheng Special Purpose Vehicle Company has ordered 50 Hiab loader cranes
Polish motorway dispute settled
Court proceedings in longstanding row between GDDKiA and Covec over construction of sections of A2 motorway ends
Chinese grader makers need export focus
The Chinese market is set to enjoy a second successive year of growth in 2017, but the long-term health of the industry will hang on manufacturers’ ability to export, rather than the strength of the domestic market, according to Off-Highway Research
Asia Pacific move from XCMG
Chinese manufacturer aims for ‘benign and sustainable development’ in the region with the opening of XCMG Indonesia
Weight watchers
Heavy lifting is changing as new technologies are developed and new applications are found. IC asked some of the largest companies in the sector to peep over the horizon and forecast future trends
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