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New show for truck bodybuilding industry
TCUBE in Italy will include truck-mounted cranes and aerial platforms
VIDEO: What’s next for global equipment sales?
A Q&A on global construction sales with OHR’s managing director, Chris Sleight
Entries now open for bauma innovation awards
Five categories of awards announced for 2025 bauma innovation awards
Tadano delivers first unit of electric rough terrain crane
First EVOLT eGR-250N RT delivered to Japanese customer to work on power plant project
Intermat hails success of new format
Vistor numbers down 26%, but successful focus on decarbonisation
5 disruptive geopolitical trends in manufacturing and how they can be overcome
Bart Decker, partner with EY, said policymakers and industry can come together to address and overcome these trends.
Global Battery Alliance executive director on battery passports and a sustainable battery value chain
The organization included battery passports in its 2030 vision report. Executive Director Inga Petersen talked to Power Progress about how battery passports can contribute to a sustainable battery value chain.
Intermat opens in Paris
More than 1,000 exhibitors, with focus on sustainability
ESG reporting and the changing generational and regulatory landscape
Younger generations want their investments to align with their values. The related ESG regulations can make that a challenge for OEMs.
Mobile and maritime cranes boost Liebherr in 2023
Strong crane sales in two of the three divisions for Europe-based global crane and construction equipment manufacturer
Off-Highway Research acquires IP assets from Yengst Associates
Assets include full portfolio of reports covering the construction equipment industry
Intermat 2024: Curtiss-Wright to show CAN actuator and new joystick
The drive-by-wire actuator is now available for all OEM transmissions
Mammoet completes zero emission bridge project
Tunnel section installed quickly, quietly and cleanly using battery-powered equipment
Internships Fill Engineering Pipeline for OEM
Stellar Industries gives engineering interns practical experience intended to keep them coming back for more — even full-time employment.
Tadano to shut one of its crane factories
Crane manufacturer to close one of its crane manufacturing facilities in Zweibrücken, Germany
6 things OEMs should know about CARB’s proposed Tier 5 rule
CARB’s proposed emissions standard is all abouit reducing NOx and PM as well as addressing GHG emissions, among other things.
AEM publishes Scope 3 Category 11 GHG emissions reporting guidance for off-highway OEMs
The guidance is intended to promote consistency in reporting.
Apprenticeships help OEMs with employee recruitment, retention
Manufacturers can make use of apprenticeship programs to foster loyalty in employees and gain a high-quality workforce.
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
Continental plans new hydraulic hose plant in Mexico
Site will be company’s 22nd facility in the country
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