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Speedy gathers momentum
UK company’s half-year results buoyed by major infrastructure projects and efficiencies
Robbins Crossover XRE breaks record as World’s fastest TBM
Turkish TBM breaks through completing Esme-Salihli Railway Tunnel
Covid pandemic has accelerated digital transformation
Majority of heavy industry leaders say they have delivered up to five years’ worth of change around digital transformation in 18 months 
10% drop in construction emissions misleading says report
Lockdowns and slowing economies have reduced CO2, not decarbonising measures
U.S. announces final ruling on Chinese MEWP tariffs
Government rules that U.S. MEWP industry is being economically harmed by Chinese imports, countervailing tariffs to go into effect
Wirtgen Group and JBN work together in Nigeria
The project is an environmentally friendly reconstruction of a 375km of road
Brokk launches next gen telematics platform
Now available for demo robots in Europe and North America, Brokk Connect 2.0 includes geofencing and equipment reports
Why Keltbray signed up to the Climate Pledge
Kiro Tamer, Keltbray’s head of environmental sustainability, speaks to D&Ri ahead of today’s COP26 carbon emissions debate
Speedy opens low carbon innovation centre
New Milton Keynes Innovation Centre to showcase carbon-zero tools and equipment
Kubota appoints new presidents in Europe and US
Yasukazu Kamada will head up Europe, while Shingo Hanada moves to North America
US covid vaccine rules “cause confusion” for construction
Construction workers could be forced to move to smaller firms due to covid vaccine rules
Equans sold for €7.1bn to Bouygues
Sale of renewable energy company includes UK & Ireland construction operations
Investigation into collapse of 21-storey building
Tragedy in Nigeria kills 43, Governor of Lagos declares three days of mourning
New camera tech set to benefit construction site safety
Head-mounted devices from SimplyVideo and Soletanche Bachy allow operatives to ‘visit’ sites anywhere in the world
COP26 Hope Sculpture: a figure for a sustainable future
The Hope Sculpture is part of Glasgow’s COP26 legacy
Supply chain issues hurting construction in Australia and New Zealand
Australia and New Zealand’s construction markets challenged by supply chain issues and rising costs
Haulotte China extends relationship with Zhongneng United
MEWP manufacturer to drive growth by signing second cooperative deal with China-based rental giant 
UAW rejects second agreement with Deere
Strike continues at 12 U.S. facilities
Cummins Q3 sales rise 17%
Company lowers guidance for 2021
New Service Centre for Doosan Norway Dealer
Centre with inspection workshop and welding facilities officially opens in Askim
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