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5 electric construction machines introduced so far this year
Here’s a look at some of the latest electric-powered earthmovers and material handlers to hit the market since the start of 2024
Paclite finds bigger home close to Paris
Light equipment supplier creates European hub
Can Monster Trucks help JCB make headway in North America?
JCB is using this sports league to market to North America customers
Video: Concise analysis of the Yellow Table 2024
Concise video analysis of the Yellow Table 2024 and a graphic showing the changing hierarchy of the top 15 OEMs
In ‘world first’ for size, ABB converts diesel truck to electric
Switzerland-based ABB turned a diesel-powered truck into an electric propulsion machine in Türkiye
K-Tec to build ‘first’ earth scrapers with fossil-free steel
The company said it will be the first to build earthmoving equipment with fossil-free steel
Oshkosh to buy Spain’s Ausa
Deal will add wide range of compact equipment to JLG’s range
UK renter in £4 million JCB order
More than 20 machines to be delivered
Intermat 2024 in pictures
Energy transition on show in Paris
Ausa looks to the future with electric machines
OEM plans new machines by 2025
Yanmar outlines compact equipment ambitions
Developing dedicated electric platforms for compact machines
India’s first locally produced electric dump truck
Electric dump truck has a payload capacity of 70 tonnes
Ausa to focus on electric at Intermat
Range of zero-emission vehicles to be exhibited 
How the hierarchy of top construction OEMs continues to change
Updated animated chart shows how the top construction OEMs have traded positions over the last 20 years, now including data for 2023.
Rokbak sees growth in articulated hauler sales in Europe
Company said demand for machines in Europe is increasing
‘World’s first’ 6-tonne electric dumper
Electric dumper is equipped with a 75 kWh battery and is said to have an uninterrupted operating time of eight hours on a single charge
12 things you should see at Intermat 2024
The long wait for Intermat, one of Europe’s biggest construction trade shows that last took place in 2018, is nearly over.

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