October International Construction now on-line

15 October 2014

The October 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.

NEWS: This year has seen developed countries take over from emerging economies as the driver for growth in the global construction equipment industry.

BUSINESS: Balfour Beatty has found a buyer for Parsons Brinckerhoff, but the news has been marred by a third profit warning in the space of five months.

WWW.KHL.COM: Watch the video of this month’s interview with Volvo’s Martin Weissburg on the www.khl.com Videozone.

INTERVIEW: In his first interview since becoming CEO of Volvo Construction Equipment, Martin Weissburg talks about the company’s acquisition of Terex trucks, its development of multiple brands and its approach to equipment rental.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: High oil prices are driving construction growth in the Middle East, and there is a strong forecast for the region despite conflicts and geopolitical instability.

REGIONAL REPORT: Major projects are being launched or restarted in the Middle East, with Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE standing out as the hotspots for construction activity.

FEATURE: Falsework & Formwork

FEATURE: Surveying

FEATURE: Engines

EXHIBITION PREVIEW: Bauma China

EQUIPMENT: Numerous new launches from JCB.

Click here to view the digital issue.

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