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Jewson places £12 million order for JCB machines
One of the largest orders this year says JCB
Contractors feel recruitment pinch as US construction unemployment continues to fall
US contractors are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit workers as the unemployment rate for construction continues to fall.
H&E opens North Carolina branch
Fifth location to open in the last month
UN accord on ship recycling to start within two years
More countries sign up for Hong Kong Convention for ship breaking regulations
New website for European Rental Week
Website to act as hub of information for the event
Who exhibited at APEX and IRE 2023?
Interactive app available to see list of exhibits
Leading OEM enters Japanese equipment market
Distributor with 350 years of history revealed as key strategic partner for Ausa
Ramps relocates drilling equipment
Ramps Logistics relocate drilling equipment in Trinidad
Howard Button to retire from demolition industry
UK federation national secretary and former CEO to end 50-year career
Board additions at Speedy Hire
Appointment of ESG Director is an ‘industry first’
FIEC releases report on construction activity in Europe
Trade association reveals figures for EU as a whole and individual markets
Why contractors fear ‘Buy America’ policy could push up US construction prices
A body representing contractors in the United States (US) has warned that incoming regulations on the provenance of construction products and materials could lead to further price rises in the sector.
Rock Zone UK launches at Plantworx
Rental focus will be key for UK division of German attachments manufacturer
Lou-Tec acquires lifting specialist
Third acquisition in the last 12 months for Lou-Tec
Diesel Progress Summit Awards deadline extended
New deadline to submit nominations is July 10th
Volvo CE’s ‘industry first’ 48V DC charging protocol to drive electrification
Volvo CE has published its own brand-agnostic software protocol, as well as plug specifications, used on its 48V off-board DC chargers
Interview: Ground Guards outline US expansion plan
UK company outlines plans for North American growth
Renta acquires Norwegian general renter
Deal adds €30 million of annual revenue to Renta Group
How South Africa’s government hopes to tackle its construction corruption problem
The scale of corruption in South Africa’s construction industry and how the government has vowed to crack down on the problem.
Electric first for Kiloutou
First 32 tonne electric truck to be delivered in France
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