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Tech firm raises millions to commercialise automated building design
A company developing an automated building design system for the construction industry has raised US$11.75 million in extra seed capital.
Class 8 vehicle backlog improves by almost 14K units in May
Medium-, heavy-duty retail sales up double digits year over year
Heerema dismantles giant offshore platform
Thialf crane vessel lifts 1,200 t production facilities on North Sea decommissioning project 
ERA updates its C02 calculator
Improved navigation among key features
What’s behind the biggest rise in US home construction starts in 30 years?
The number of single-family homebuilding projects breaking ground rose to the highest level in more than three decades in May, according to official figures released earlier this week.
Successful Maastricht return for APEX & IRE
6130 industry professionals turn out for three-day events
Loxam acquires in Brazil
Deal doubles revenue in the country according to Loxam
ToolQuick continues Spain expansion
Eight new branches to open this month
Despe brings in 350 t Cat excavator for Atalanta FC stadium demolition
VIDEO: Despe puts one of the world’s largest demolition excavators to work 
GSV announces changes to leadership
New CEO as Dan O. Vorsholt joins GSV Board
Hochtief subsidiary wins deal to start building one of world’s biggest batteries in Australia
UGL, a subsidiary of contractor giant Hochtief, has won a deal with French clean energy company Neoen to start constructing one of the world’s biggest batteries.
Can retrofit electrification really work for construction equipment?
Some companies are starting to offer retrofit electrification kits for construction equipment. Could it be a viable alternative to a new electric machine?
Participate in ERA/IRN RentalTracker for Q2 2023
Companies in Europe are invited to take part
Decarbonising construction in infrastructure - an industry view
New report from Shell and Deloitte highlights the need and the means to reduce CO2 emissions in construction
Grove all terrain for Wilhelm
GMK5150XL added to German rental fleet
Crane failure at Australian refinery
Extent of the damage to the compressor yet to be determined
Low- and zero-carbon fuel roundtable at Diesel Progress Summit
Experts from Neste, Southwest Research Institute and New Holland Ag to discuss advances
Local rules mandating water breaks for Texas construction workers face cut
Local rules mandating regular water breaks for construction workers in parts of Texas face being nullified amid a planned chance in the law.
United Rentals acquires Missouri general renter
Deal adds five locations in Missouri
Intel to invest €4.2 billion in construction of new chip factory in Poland
Computer chip manufacturer Intel is to invest €4.2 billion (US$4.6 billion) in the construction of a new semiconductor assembly and test facility in Poland.
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