November International Construction now on-line
By Chris Sleight14 November 2012
The November edition of International Construction is now available to download from www.khl.com/subscriptions/free-digital/. 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.
The contents of this month’s magazine includes:
NEWS: An inquiry into corruption in the construction industry in the Canadian province of Québec has heard an explosive testimony from a former industry executive.
50TH ANNIVERSARY: The middle part of the 2000’s saw one of the most remarkable construction booms the world has seen.
KHL.COM: The first free versions of iC sister magazines are approved for all tablet platforms.
NEWS REPORT: The value of international work carried out by European contractors hit a record high last year.
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: Accelerated investment is the key to diversifying the Russian economy away from its dependence on the energy sector.
REGIONAL REPORT: The outlook for construction in Russia & some CIS countries is healthier than many Western European markets, but Russia is by far the dominant player.
ROAD BUILDING: New control systems are a key feature of the latest generation of road building machines.
BAUMA CHINA STOP PRESS: The late-breaking news about new machines that will be launched at this month’s Bauma China exhibition.
LARGE STRUCTURES: Keeping to timetables on large projects can be a challenge, but equipment manufacturers are working together with contractors to improve efficiency.
PUMPS: Pumps are working harder to meet the demands of modern construction sites.
EQUIPMENT: In-depth news from Caterpillar, Wacker Neuson and XGMA plus a round-up of news from the Intermat Middle East exhibition.
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