July-August iC now available on-line

By Chris Sleight19 July 2011

The July-August 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 is also available 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.

The July-August edition includes:

NEWS: The Polish government has cancelled a road building contract awarded to Chinese contractor COVEC.

BUSINESS NEWS: Spanish contractor ACS has built a controlling 50.2% stake in Hochtief.

NEWS REPORT: iC's annual ranking of the world's 200 largest construction companies.

KHL.COM: New look for the digital edition of iC.


INTERVIEW: JCB Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford.

Latin America.

FEATURE: Quarrying.

FEATURE: Mixing Technology.

DIRECTORY: The Yellow Book.

Apex 2011 powered access exhibition.

News from Sunward and Sany.

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