Survey of members by CECE shows that 30% are already closing factories
Australian rental, MEWP and telehandler associations call for rental to be defined as ‘essential’
They include hostile environment packs, outrigger pads and a device to reduce onsite noise disturbance
Scaffolding manufacturer offers free e-learning to industry professionals who are in isolation
Michigan-based Pettibone will continue in-person operations for essential employees
The company is taking additional precautions as it aims to keep its construction sites working
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Joint statement by 15 sector bodies calls for help to protect workers and support business
Following an appeal by UK Prime Minister, JCB will help address the national ventilator shortage
New Zealand depots focus on essential services and ‘contactless service’ introduced
Readers who are working from home can carry on reading KHL magazines, with several options available
Associated Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) works with government to navigate effects of COVID-19 on industry
New axle series for aerial platforms for use with full electric and diesel-electric systems
Russian construction show postponed in wake of COVID-19 to now run from 8 to 11 September 2020
Some equipment types see demand rise, but rental firms expect customers to cancel contracts early
UK’s largest construction company says it can maintain safety during coronavirus lockdown
The temporary production shut downs follow those in France earlier this month
Terex Corp. is complying with government mandates to close facilities, keep team members safe
Manufacturer agrees non-exlusive deal for its firefighting and rescue platforms with Prioritet