November International Construction now online

12 November 2014

The November edition of International Construction is now available to download from As well as being available as a .pdf file that you can download and keep, the issue comes in an online format that offers more functions.

NEWS: The Suez Canal Authority has let more than US$ 2 billion of dredging work for a major expansion project.

BUSINESS: Caterpillar saw a +1% improvement in revenues and +8% rise in net profits in the third quarter.

WWW.KHL.COM: Komatsu has released a claimed world-first intelligent machine control system for the construction market.

NEWS REPORT: Continued weakness in Europe saw revenues fall last year for internationally active European contractors.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: The Russian construction market was looking weak even before its actions in the Ukraine triggered a flight of capital and economic sanctions.


FEATURE: Road building

FEATURE: Large structures




EQUIPMENT: In-depth news from Wirtgen Group, Liebherr and Case Construction.

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