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    Bam takes a hit

    Loss of a project knocks wind out of full-year results, but overall financial position “remains solid”

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    “A success for YIT”

    Finnish company said to be on the way to becoming a leading urban developer in Northern Europe

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    Turkish housing paradox

    EECFA’s Turkish member considers how house prices have decreased while building costs have risen

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Veidekke for major projects

Norwegian-based firm to lay 390,000 tonnes of asphalt in Norway for BetonmastHæhre

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Bilfinger prepares for growth

Industrial service provider transitions from stabilisation phase to build-up phase of strategy

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Big growth for Terex Materials Processing

Company sees final quarter year on year sales up by almost 20% as part of double-digit 2017 rise

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Boom time for Germany says VDMA

Association’s latest figures show construction turnover up 15% in fourth straight year of growth

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Galliford Try seeks new equity capital

Carillion crash prompts capital raise, despite strong six months in construction for UK contractor

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Genie sales reflect market growth

Terex AWP, driven by its Genie brand, recorded a net sales rise of 18.6% in the fourth quarter

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Sales rise at Haulotte

Haulotte Group’s consolidated sales rose 22% compared to the fourth quarter of its 2017 financial year

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Italian recovery continues

A 15% rise in construction machinery sales in the Italian market for 2017 is recorded by Unacea

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Engines: Gearing up

2018-02-08T16:40:00+00:00By Thomas Allen

Engine manufacturers have been getting ready for legislative changes in Europe in 2019, with the EU Stage V emissions regulations set to take effect. Thomas Allen reports on the latest developments  in the sector

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Attachments: Tilting at other markets

2018-02-07T11:39:00+00:00By Sandy Guthrie

Tiltrotators are finally making a mark outside the Nordic countries. Sandy Guthrie finds out more

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Breakers: New ground

2018-01-31T09:58:00+00:00By Steve Ducker

Recent developments in the manufacture and application of breakers are examined

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Roadbuilding: Highway to sustainability

2018-01-16T15:16:00+00:00By Thomas Allen

Roadbuilding can weigh heavily on the environment, but firms are making effort to lighten the load

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GPS & Telematics: The digital future

2018-01-03T17:15:00+00:00By Sandy Guthrie

Technology of machine communication and other machine controls is complex, but is nearly everywhere

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Tunnelling: Underground successes

2017-11-28T16:55:00+00:00By Adrian Greeman

Major tunnel projects are getting in to their stride across Europe this year, including high-speed rail

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Utilities: Specialist machines

2017-11-22T11:46:00+00:00By Sandy Guthrie

Whether it is laying pipes or fibre optic cables, the right machine for the job is a priority

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Falsework & formwork: True to form

2017-11-06T15:48:00+00:00By Thomas Allen

Careful planning is the key to unlocking the full potential of falsework and formwork

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Demolition and recycling: Getting creative

2017-11-01T11:05:00+00:00By Thomas Allen

Demolition and recycling jobs are rarely simple, requiring equipment that can meet a range of challenges

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Cranes: Raising standards

2017-10-25T08:28:00+01:00By Thomas Allen

With cities growing in height, crane firms have been improving tower cranes to meet increasing demands

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UK construction squeezed

Profit margins of UK construction companies eroded by rising costs, according to CPA

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Ireland’s 2018 start is ‘encouraging’

Ulster Bank PMI sees faster increases in activity, new orders and employment, and improved confidence

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