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Raimondi tower cranes for Australian developer
Hydraulic luffers sold by Raimondi agent Strictly Cranes for Archibald Towers development
New fleet flagship crane for Verschoor
New 1,000 tonne Liebherr crawler crane tops Dutch rental fleet and goes straight out to work
Falcon spider lift launch added to Mateco fleet
Updated unit answers needs of modern spider units 
Data centres and energy transition projects drive record new orders for Hochtief
A focus on high-tech infrastructure projects such as data centres and energy transition projects has driven record new orders of €36.7 billion (US$39.7 billion) for Hochtief in 2023.
New Kranpunkten depot to aid green transition
Northern branch growing demand for sustainable products 
Samson acquires Corderie Henri Lancelin
Rope maker expands with acquisition of Lancelin from France
Bomag updates its BMP 8500 compactor
Uses improved remote control system and a Stage V engine
Coates makes big Sydney acquisition
Acquisition will add 650 telehandlers and aerials
Two killed in bridge lift accident on Dutch construction site
Two construction workers have died and another two were seriously injured when a section of bridge being lifted into place on a road project collapsed.
Nixon Hire signs net zero pledge
UK rental company makes climate committment
Utility contractors welcome $5.8bn in funding for US water infrastructure projects
The National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) has welcomed news of $5.8 billion in new funding for clean water and wastewater infrastructure projects across the USA.
Bentley Systems to support Construction Technology Summit
Leading global technology company latest to announce support of Construction Technology Summit 
Kleemann impact crusher wins Design Award
Kleemann machine was named again to the annual German award list
Economic outlook: What does the future hold for Germany?
Scott Hazelton of IHS Markit on what could be a challenging year for German businesses
How could new European emissions targets impact the construction sector?
What could impact on construction be as Europe plans to cut emissions by 90% by 2040?
TransWorld moves to open source technology
The company will repurpose its facility and focus on offering design, engineering and consulting services
First Enerpac SBL600 in the United States
Engineered Rigging accepted the first delivery of the Enerpac Super Boom Lift SBL600 hydraulic gantry
How to navigate the current insurance environment
Lauren Fronczak discusses the intricacies of the industry’s evolving market. 
EFCA: Will EU institutions respond to the call for integrated water policy?
EFCA responds to the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) declaration on an EU Blue Deal
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