International Construction's April 2014 podcast

By Chris Sleight09 April 2014

The April 2014 podcast from International Construction includes a look at one of this month’s main news stories on the agreement that has been reached on cost overruns for the expansion of the Panama Canal. Meanwhile, from this month’s business pages we discuss the ousting of Leighton’s senior management by majority shareholder Hochtief.

Features this month look at new earthmoving equipment and the improvements in fuel efficiency being delivered by new Tier 4 Final/Stage IV diesel engines. Meanwhile this month’s news report is the annual Yellow Table survey of the world’s 50 largest construction equipment manufacturers.

Also featured in this month’s podcast is an interview from the April edition with Caterpillar chairman & CEO Doug Oberhelman, and group president Ed Rapp, along with the latest news on the International Construction Economic Forum (ICEF), which takes place in London from 30 – 31 October this year.

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