International Construction - December 2020

18 December 2020

Included in this issue: 

  • WORLD NEWS 
    US construction calls for infrastructure investment; JCB’s electric focus; Bauma China hailed a success; Webuild completes Astaldi deal; Fluor’s new CEO.
  • CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY NEWS
    Cummins drives ahead with hydrogen; Cat’s electric dozer; Hilti’s BIM-enabled construction robot.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 
    The CIS Nations, of which Russia is the key country, are set for more difficult times to come, writes Scott Hazelton from IHS Markit.
  • REGIONAL REPORT 
    The countries making up Southern Africa are seeing problems exacerbated by Covid-19 but, writes Riley Simpson, the region has a host of energy projects.
  • ROAD CONSTRUCTION 
    Jenny Lescohier looks at how technology is enabling higher precision and efficiency in this sector.
  • CRUSHING AND SCREENING
    Increased environmental awareness and sustainability are two key trends in crushing and screening, reports Andy Brown.
  • RENTAL MARKET 
    A look at the overall trends in the growing rental market from Chris Sleight and a guest column from ERA Secretary General Michel Petitjean.
  • BRAZIL FOCUS 
    Fausto Oliveira on the growth of Brazil’s construction sector and what 2021 may bring.
  • INTERVIEW: HYUNDAI 
    Jaeyoung Moon, executive vice president, Hyundai Construction Equipment talks to Andy Brown about alternative power, China, and future ambitions.
  • WHEELED LOADERS 
    The latest trends in wheeled loaders, including joystick steering, are examined by Andy Brown.
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