International Construction - October 2020

22 October 2020

Included in the issue:

  • WORLD NEWS 
    Billion dollar African PPP highway; South African construction collapses; Bids for India’s high-speed rail.
  • CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY NEWS
    Artificial intelligence institute; Sandvik’s AutoMine Concept; solar power from strange places.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 
    IHS Markit’s Scott Hazelton takes a look at construction in North America in the age of Covid-19.
  • REGIONAL REPORT 
    China’s economy has recovered from the pandemic, but what does the future hold? Andy Brown investigates.
  • PREVIEW: BAUMA CHINA 
    The show will go on in Shanghai this November and here’s why show organisers expect a strong turout.
  • ENGINES 
    Diesel power continues to evolve, proving its value today and for years to come, Jenny Lescohier reveals.
  • EARTHMOVING 
    - SKID STEERS 
    Technology is propelling these popular machines to new heights of versatility, Jenny Lescohier discovers.
    - COMPACT EXCAVATORS 
    There’s a reason these machines are on job sites everywhere, including inside, explains Andy Brown.
    - BACKHOE LOADERS 
    Backhoe loaders often play second fiddle, but in some markets, they’re the first choice, Andy Brown writes.
    - COMPACT WHEELED LOADERS 
    These work horses can do it all, writes Jenny Lescohier.
  • ATTACHMENTS 
    Today’s tools are ‘smart,’ and are getting simpler to switch, explains Jenny Lescohier.
  • OFF HIGHWAY RESEARCH 
    Construction sales are booming in China but will the super power learn from past mistakes?
Register for free unlimited access!

When you register for a FREE account you will receive unlimited access to KHL.com

  • FREE high value digital reports
  • Presentations from KHL events
  • Videos and magazine archive
  • Subscribe to magazines
  • Register for e-newsletters
  • Webinar recordings

Register now and you won’t miss out on the latest information

Latest News
Bigge opens new Gulf Coast maintenance facility
Bigge Crane and Rigging has opened its new 25-acre, 130,000-square-foot Gulf Cost shop in Houston, TX.
Hydrogen Realities webinar
A hydrogen future?
Nishio leads on remote operation trials
The remote operation pilot project is being led by Nishio Rent All, contractor Kato Construction Co Ltd and Hitachi