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XCMG telecrawler in Europe

First XCG55TE unit delivered to Bulgaria to work on TurkStream jobsite

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Bauer on track in 2019

First half of 2019 went according to plan, says Bauer

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Construction for Minsk-Mir gets green light

Largest multifunctional complex in Belarus city of Minsk worth €3.13 billion to be complete by 2027

Two LTM 1250-5.1s and a Liebherr LTM 1100-5.2 were used by Ulferts

Ulferts fits-out ship

Three Liebherr cranes used to fit-out cruise ship

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White Paper discusses record equipment sales

Why did worldwide construction equipment sales hit a record high last year?
Which regions and countries enjoyed the strongest growth?
Which types of equipment sold in the highest numbers?
What are the most valuable sectors?
What will the coming years hold for the industry?

Download this free 20-page White Paper from Off-Highway Research, the preeminent global authority on global construction equipment markets, for the answers to these questions and more.

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White Paper discusses record equipment sales

Why did worldwide construction equipment sales hit a record high last year?
Which regions and countries enjoyed the strongest growth?
What will the coming years hold for the industry?

Download this free 20-page White Paper from Off-Highway Research for the answers to these questions and more.

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Volvo CE Masters Competition grows

Global competition for technicians grows to accommodate 3,200 entrants and new products

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Will on-highway electrification technology work off-highway?

David Hoffman of John Deere Power Systems will speak on this topic at the Diesel Progress Summit on 30 September

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CE Barometer July 2019

The latest Construction Europe Barometer Survey providing the Industry’s opinion on the market

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UK Space Agency to monitor Peruvian dam construction

Dam safety to be expanded using space-based monitoring system DAMSAT to prevent failures

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Melker Jernberg celebrates the unveiling of Volvo CE’s electric compact excavator and wheeled loader at its Bauma launch

Electric and hybrid: Sparking a new era

2019-08-14T09:54:00+01:00By Joe Sargent

Engines: redlines or flatlines? What does the future hold for the beating heart of machine power?

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Pumps: Dewatering tech for the 21st century

2019-08-07T10:04:00+01:00By Mike Hayes

Dewatering pumps for construction are both more sophisticated and more robust than their predecessors

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Crushing and Screening: Turning costs to profit

2019-07-22T11:03:00+01:00By Katherine Weir

Electric drive units, transportability and simple OS are all part of a new generation of crushing and screening equipment.

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Engines: Cutting emissions, not power

2019-07-17T12:11:00+01:00By Joe Sargent

Alternative power is being discussed ever frequently, but diesel has been a driving force in engines for over a century

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Drones: How UAVs are changing the construction industry

2019-07-10T11:19:00+01:00By Mike Hayes

Unmanned aerial vehicles are widely used in construction, but could this technology become disruptive?

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Concrete equipment: Material gains

2019-07-02T20:06:00+01:00By Mike Hayes

Historically, concrete has been a firm friend to construction industry professionals. Mike Hayes examines why that is

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VR and AR: Visualising the future of construction

2019-06-25T15:28:00+01:00By Joe Sargent

Virtual and augmented reality, once considered a technology of the distant future, is now very much present

EDF Energy workers undertake a major concrete pour at the UK's Hinkley Point C

Concrete: Material Gains

2019-06-12T09:19:00+01:00By Mike Hayes

Historically, concrete has been a firm friend to construction industry professionals, but are things about to change?

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Telehandlers: Compact, simple, powerful

2019-06-05T10:42:00+01:00By Joe Sargent

Compact technology with serious lifting power is the name of the game - a look at the latest telescopic handlers

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Exhibition preview: Plantworx

2019-05-28T11:41:00+01:00By Mike Hayes

The UK’s leading construction machinery exhibition takes place this month at its new home in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. Construction Europe takes a look at what’s on show

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Breakers: Technology that’s built to blast

2019-05-22T11:14:00+01:00

Steve Ducker looks at the latest hydraulic breakers and other hardworking attachments

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Roadbuilding: Keeping things rolling

2019-05-15T09:50:00+01:00

Joe Sargent takes a look at new roadbuilding equipment ready to handle Europe’s toughest projects

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Drilling: Knowing the drill

2019-05-01T12:01:00+01:00By Mike Hayes

With technology moving fast in the construction sector, having the right drill for the right application only gets you half way to a job well done, as Mike Hayes discovers

CEBMR2018

Provides invaluable market information across the continent. Features the CE-100 guide to the top contractors, as well as latest details of 150+ largest European contractors.

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From left: crane operators; Christian Prinz, Ralf Rudisch, Mike Eule-Schuster, Denny Beulke, Thomas Tschemmer and Jürgen Müller.

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Maxikraft uses three Liebherr mobile cranes to lift 108 tonne storage tank over obstacles

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Tintagel Castle reunited by stunning footbridge

Double cantilevered bridge is first to connect twin sites of Arthurian legend for over 500 years

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