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How can the lifting and transport industry achieve a sustainable future?
Zero emissions for sustainability in heavy lifting and transport: Mammoet is pushing forward on a clear green pathway
New fleet flagship crane for Verschoor
New 1,000 tonne Liebherr crawler crane tops Dutch rental fleet and goes straight out to work
Two killed in bridge lift accident on Dutch construction site
Two construction workers have died and another two were seriously injured when a section of bridge being lifted into place on a road project collapsed.
Gantrex acquires Liftcom
Acquisition to strengthen position in port crane service sector worldwide
Why construction in the Netherlands has gone to pot
The building made from cannabis nominated for the Dutch Architects Best Building Award 2023
Enerpac tests new heavy lifter for Lastro
Delivery comes closer with testing of new JS-250 jack up type heavy lift system
Wagenborg adds 60 tonne hybrid all terrain crane
Customer requests for sustainable equipment triggered addition of hybrid crane from XCMG
Selwood owner buys Dutch pump rental business
Workdry International buys Zwolle-based renter
Riwal moves to new, sustainable head office
Headquarters remains in Dordrecht, The Netherlands
Boels exits Russia
Ramirent also exits following JV sale
Participate in ERA/IRN RentalTracker for Q4 2023
Companies invited to take part in anonymous survey
Eiffage aims to stay ahead in energy transition race with acquisition of Dutch firm
French construction giant Eiffage has bought a Dutch company specialising in security installations, IT networks and industrial automation.
Mega order for Broshuis
Another big US Army order, this time for more than 500 equipment trailers
Hapo buys Cadeler offshore cranes
The two 1,200 tonne capacity cranes were previously on board Cadeler’s vessels 
Decarbonisation efforts stalling in Europe and US, new study finds
Global Retrofit Index reveals current plans to improve energy performance are falling short
BAM reports promising Q3 results despite challenging market conditions
The company’s Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) are said to have adjusted to €199 million in the first nine months
Construction starts on huge Dutch hydrogen network
Grid operator Gasunie initiates 1,200km pipeline set to cost €1.5 billion
Amsterdam airport opens own concrete recycling facility
The new facility is said to be able to store, sort and break down concrete rubble into small chunks using large crushing units before turning it into recycled concrete products
Telescopic Tadano for Vegt
Dutch crane company takes delivery of all terrain crane
Ritchie Bros. hails successful auction
In-person auction returns to Dutch facility
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