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Swiss company bought by Bouygues
Alpiq Engineering Services being acquired by Bouygues Construction and Colas Rail for €723 million
Interkran buys Demags
First order for Demags from Interkran
New diesel engine from Liebherr and Kamaz
A four-year project to develop a new six-cylinder in-line diesel engine range comes to fruition for Liebherr and Kamaz
Brun puts new Hitachi Sumitomo crawler to work
Swiss contractor Brun put its new Hitachi Sumitomo SCX800A-3 crawler crane to work on a pipeline and drainage project
​ GIS expands chain hoist range
A 1.6 tonne model joins the GIS GP series of electric chain hoists
New asphalt pavers from Ammann
Range of asphalt pavers, which include 17 models in three major size groups, available globally
Raimondi tower cranes on Swiss job site
Five Raimondi tower cranes will be used for the next two years by Swiss developer Klaiber Bau
Fassi crane pair in Switzerland
New Fassi mid-range hydraulic crane series presented at Transport-CH trade show
Third quarter growth for LafargeHolcim
Materials producer reports 4.1% year-on-year growth, while it is in talks for African acquisition
General Transport moves GE’s largest motor
BNSFL and General Transport move Canadian GE plant’s largest-ever electric motor
Custom transport solution for wire rope
A cable car rope transport job required a custom solution provided by collaboration between Feldmann and Goldhofer
Tele Radio opens Swiss subsidiary
Remote control company Tele Radio aims to better serve the Swiss market with its new subsidiary office
Deutz and Liebherr agreement
Global co-operation agreed between companies for diesel engines between 200 and 620kW
New Wolff 6020 flat top tower
German tower crane manufacturer Wolffkran announces new replacement flat top tower crane in the 140 tonne-metre class
3DR Site Scan processing now powered by Pix4D
3DR has integrated photogrammetry processing software from Pix4D into its Site Scan drone data platform enabling faster processing and more detailed results
Solid Q2 for scandal-hit LafargeHolcim
Better-than-expected profits for cement maker accused of paying armed groups in Syria
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