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Bomag updates its BMP 8500 compactor
Uses improved remote control system and a Stage V engine
India’s largest airport project using five Potain cranes
The Noida International Airport has been in development for more than two decades
Video: World of Concrete 2024
Video looks at some of the highlights from the 50th time the event has taken place 
Granite Construction awarded final leg of work in US National Park
US-based contractor will finish up at Alaska-based National Park
New compactor can “reduce project emissions by up to 50%”
New machine meets EU and US emission-reduction standards
Renta rebrands pumps division
Renta Pumps to become “cornerstone for growth” 
Six firms to improve Swiss motorways
Six Swiss companies will work on two major road projects
Extinguishing EV fires poses unique challenges
When lithium ion batteries catch fire, they burn differently from internal combustion engines. Fighting those fires poses difficulties in vehicle fire suppression
Sunstate expands trenching rentals with acquisition
Arizona-based renter buys specialist shoring rental business
New advance for Ammann lance rollers
Control system for lateral movement
From playroom to construction site, company creates ‘real-life Lego kit’
Renco’s composite blocks were used to a build a 96-unit residential building in Florida, US
Komatsu introduces new grader to North America
The GD955-7 motor grader has arrived in North America. 
ShoulderMaster picks Almaco for road construction equipment
Australian manufacturer partners with Iowa-based specialty equipment OEM
New Latin America and Caribbean MD for GOMACO
Michael Munoz will be responsible for the sale of GOMACO products and managing the distributor network
‘We’re tech too’: Why so many construction OEMs went to the Consumer Electronics Show
Why has the Consumer Electronics show started to attract so many big-name construction equipment OEMs?
Cemex opens new concrete plant in the Czech Republic
The original concrete plant, located in Prague-Libuš, is said to have been in operation since the late 1990s and was closed in 2018 to undergo necessary reconstruction
‘World’s first’ autonomous pothole repair system unveiled
ARRES PREVENT uses AI to identify and repair damaged road surfaces
Successful trial of ‘world’s first’ vertical milling mining machine
XCMG announces successful trial of world’s first vertical milling mining machine
Green road construction: What are the newest developments?
Manufacturers in road construction are thinking green when it comes to materials and alternative fuels. The journey to net zero is underway, and the developments in equipment and tech are increasingly advanced, reports Katherine Weir
Wirtgen upgrades F-Series milling machine
W 220 XFi cold milling machine promises more sustainable operation
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