June edition of International Construction now online

By Chris Sleight18 June 2012

The June 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 clipping service tool, which allows you to highlight an article and e-mail it to someone.

NEWS: A former public official has been arrested on charges of Fraud in Montreal as part of 'Operation Hammer.'

Business: Italcementi buys a stake in West China Cement.

50th Anniversary: The fifth instalment of International Construction's 50th Birthday celebrations looks the ups and downs of the 1980s.

Khl.com: Coverage of the European Rental Awards ceremony is now available on KHL.com.

Interview: Perkins president Gwenne Henricks says diesel engines are here to stay.

Economic Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Regional Report: Asia-Pacific

FEATURE: Excavators

FEATURE: Tunnelling

FEATURE: Foundations


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