Group sales were down 35% in the first half of 2020, while second quarter sales dropped 41%
Revenues in France contract especially sharply for concessions and construction company
Research suggests craft workers could add US$5.4 billion to US and Canada GDPs
Italian contractor sees fall in revenue due to Covid-19 but predicts a bright future
Industry analysts await first results since coronavirus crisis from world’s largest OEM
Industry expert predicts central BIM hub, compaction to be automated and increase in virtual and augmented reality
Latin America is becoming a hot spot for Covid-19, creating serious health, social and economic issues for the region
Projects involving variable ground types benefit from machines designed to accommodate
Today’s excavators require less operator skill to achieve maximum performance
Mr Liu, vice president of XCMG and general manager of XCMG overseas, talks about the company’s ambitious future plans
Many of the world’s most expensive and ambitious construction projects are in the transport sector, where Covid-19 is making an impact
Deutz chairman Dr. Frank Hiller talks about parallel paths of engine and electrification technology
Covid-19, dropping oil prices, plus poverty and political unrest threaten the region
International Construction's annual ranking of the world's 50 largest construction equipment manufacturers.
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The 2020 edition of the American Cranes & Transport Sourcebook is a valuable resource for the crane, rigging and specialized transportation sector.
Published annually in March and distributed with the March issue of COMPRESSORTECH2 magazine, the COMPRESSORTECH2 Sourcing Supplement offers a single source guide to compressors, prime movers and related components and systems.
Modular walk-through station disinfects personnel before entering/exiting job sites
Integrated software promises built-in operator efficiency, including payload and grade guidance
Construction trade show pushed back to February 2021 due to impact of Covid-19