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Skyline in Sweden reaches new heights with 247-metre skyscraper
Karlatornet, also known as ‘Karla Tower’, is the centrepiece of a new district called Karlastaden in the Lindholmen port area
Renta concludes purchase of Swedish general renter
Deal adds three new locations in Sweden
Renta Group acquires Gustafssons Uthyrning
Acquisition strengthens company in eastern Sweden
Kranpunkten adds electric trucks to delivery fleet
New trucks to enter operation in 2024
Volvo CE’s new head of International Sales
One of world’s top ten OEMs announces new head of sales, region International
Loxam hits €1bn annual revenues in France
Rest of the world also posts double digit growth
Ramirent signs telematics deal with Taggr
Thousands of Ramirent units already tagged in Sweden
Renta Group posts 16% revenue increase
Q2 results reveals steady growth in all regions
New CEO for Huddig
Appointment key for international expansion says Swedish OEM
Volvo CE moving away from ‘linear’ business model
One of world’s top ten equipment manufacturers focuses on remanufacturing, rebuilding and reusing
Why Skanska is eyeing life sciences for future development and construction opportunities
Swedish construction contractor and developer Skanska is looking at developing and building more life sciences projects, amid a difficult residential and commercial development market.
Skanska’s strong construction performance dragged down by property development slump
Swedish construction company Skanska’s revenue dropped by 15% in the second quarter of 2023, as a slump in its property development business dragged results down.
SNC-Lavalin sells Scandinavian Engineering Services business to Systra Group
Professional services and project management business SNC-Lavalin has sold its Scandinavian Engineering Services business to France-based Systra Group.
Storent bond issue raises €10.5 million
Almost 1,000 investors take up bonds with rental company
EDA announces latest member
Swedish equipment manufacturer joins European Demolition Association
Volvo CE’s ‘industry first’ 48V DC charging protocol to drive electrification
Volvo CE has published its own brand-agnostic software protocol, as well as plug specifications, used on its 48V off-board DC chargers
Ommelift expands in key European markets
Spider lift manufacturer names new dealer for Scandinavia region
Attachments specialist among Sweden’s ‘Best Managed Companies’
Steelwrist recognised with industry award for the fourth year running
ERA upgrades 2023 forecasts
Growth expected, but 2024 not as positive
Skanska wins $311 million contract to build new campus centre for Simmons University in Boston
Contractor Skanska has won a $311 million contract to build a new residence and campus centre for Simmons University in Boston, USA
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