KHL launches iPhone app at bauma

By Richard High22 April 2010

KHL Group has launched a new i-phone app at this year's Bauma exhibition, Munich, Germany.

The new KHL Global Construction News application brings the latest news from the global construction sector directly to your iPhone.

The app, which can be downloaded free from Apple's iTunes store, brings you breaking news from KHL's leading magazines for the construction industry - Access International, American Cranes & Transport, American Lift & Handlers, Construction Europe, Demolition & Recycling International, International Construction, International Cranes and Specialized Transport and International Rental News.

Once you've downloaded the new app you can browse the latest breaking news stories from KHL.com, or choose a specific category from Construction, Cranes, Access, Rental, Demolition or Heavy Transport - for the latest content relevant to you and your industry sector.

Commenting on the launch, KHL Digital's head of content, Richard High, said: "We are delighted to be launching this app at Bauma, the largest construction equipment show in the world, giving our readers across the globe access to KHL's first class breaking news service direct to their i-phone

"This is just the first of many exciting developments KHL will be launching this year, and coming after yesterday's announcement that KHL Group has won the Queen's Award for industry marks a fantastic Bauma for all the KHL team."

You can download the new KHL Global Construction News application for FREE either via your iPhone by visiting the iTunes App Store and searching for "KHL Group", or by clicking here for more details.

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