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Kleemann impact crusher wins Design Award
Kleemann machine was named again to the annual German award list
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?
JEC and EuCIA partner to promote the composites industry
The partnership will focus on how composites can support a net-zero future
US firm selected for work at ‘world’s first’ renewable hydrogen-based steel mill
An American company is helping build a ‘green steel’ mill in Sweden
New compactor can “reduce project emissions by up to 50%”
New machine meets EU and US emission-reduction standards
Tadano to shut one of its crane factories
Crane manufacturer to close one of its crane manufacturing facilities in Zweibrücken, Germany
Human-sized bricklaying robot start-up raises $25 million
A start-up company that is developing a bricklaying robot has raised $25 million to scale the number of robots it can deploy across Europe.
Liebherr powers up mobile energy storage system
Newly developed mobile energy storage system offers up to 160-kW constant power
Jeff Eisenberg on the Stage V genset rental challenge
Good for environment, but complicated to rent?
“Best” financial year in Caterpillar’s history
Despite sales falling in fourth quarter for construction segment, 2023 a record year for giant OEM 
Kobelco telescopic boom crane for Europe
New 75 tonne capacity telescopic boom crawler crane launched for European market
Perkins introduces repair sleeves for 1100 Series engines
The cylinder sleeves are compatible with engines from 2003 onwards
Komatsu expands short tailswing wheeled excavator range
Range extended upwards with two models in 16-20t class
Westport to develop Euro 7-compliant LNG HPDI for HD trucks
Development program will adapt LNG HPDI fuel system to meet Euro 7 requirements for heavy-duty vehicles
World’s first hydrogen-powered tugboat launched
Hydrotug 1 is ready for operation in the Antwerp port area
Updated 13-litre biogas engines from Scania
Paired with new powertrain components, the new engine can return a further 5% fuel savings
Volta Trucks UK bought by hedge fund Luxor Capital
The electric truck OEM had declared bankruptcy in October this year
What sanctions could companies found to be ‘dumping’ cheap machinery into EU and UK face?
With probes into alleged ‘dumping’ of Chinese construction equipment ongoing in both the UK and Europe, what could the possible sanctions be?
Symbio holds opening of Europe’s largest fuel cell production plant
The SymphonHy site has targeted annual production of 50,000 fuel cells by 2026
Cummins opens new Pilot Installation Centre in Germany
The addition to the Marktheidenfeld site will work in conjunction with facility in UK
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