January-February International Construction now online

By Chris Sleight14 February 2012

The January-February edition of International Construction is now available to download from www.khl.com. As well as being available as a .pdf file that you can download and keep, the issue comes in an on-line format that offers more functions.

Benefits include smooth, page-turning technology for a better quality read, an easier download process, and a seamless search function. There is also a useful clipping service tool, which enables readers to highlight an article in the issue and send it via e-mail to someone else.

NEWS: The World Bank debars three contractors for fraud.

BUSINESS NEWS: The two largest players in the US construction equipment rental industry - United and RSC - agree to merge.

50th ANNIVERSARY: International Construction celebrates its 50th Birthday this year. To mark the occasion, we will be looking back at the archives to see what was making the news all those years ago.

KHL.COM: KHL has made its events more accessible with an increased online presence




FEATURE: Compact equipment

FEATURE: Drilling

EQUIPMENT: News from Atlas Copco, Cummins, Doosan, Gomaco, Grove, Hitachi and Major Wire

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