Russia-based aerial platform rental company provides 40% of its fleet to help fight COVID-19
Associated General Contractors of America said conditions had deteriorated rapidly since February and called on Congress to act
Dingli has launched an electric version of its 22m rough terrain scissor, launched last year
Tim Nuttall, Managing Director of Access Hire in Australia, reports on the impact of COVID-19
Spanish rental company GAM Rental turns focus to serving critical industries
Firms are using everything from basic hygiene to collaboration technology to keep people safe
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Canadian Construction Association says work should continue, provided set protocol is followed
The latest US economic relief package could focus on construction of roads, bridges and airports
Italy-based manufacturer is reporting new equipment deals, as it works amid the challenges from COVID-19
The exclusive agreement names USM as the official distributor of Falcon Lifts in North America
Beijing-based SHI Yang, Director of Research at Off-Highway Research China, on how China’s construction equipment market is recovering
Alba-Macrel presented newly-certified hoists for North America at ConExpo, where it was exhibiting for the first time
The group will continue the closure of its manufacturing activities in France, Italy and India
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
US rental firm continues work, saying it has experience in extreme and emergency conditions
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
Government of New Zealand provides clear guidance of what it considers to be essential construction work