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XCMG reveals extent of its international sales
China-based OEM reveals what percentage of its revenue now comes from international markets 
Caterpillar’s 2023 highlights: remote control tech and electric solutions
OEM reveals 2023 sales for construction and resource industries, and its highlights of the year
Oshkosh to buy Spain’s Ausa
Deal will add wide range of compact equipment to JLG’s range
Intermat hails success of new format
Vistor numbers down 26%, but successful focus on decarbonisation
JLG Q1 sales ‘exceed expectations’ despite dip in Europe
Demand in North America continues to be strong as JLG sees “continued demand drivers going forward”
Intermat 2024 in pictures
Energy transition on show in Paris
Eyes on inventories as Caterpillar announces Q1 results
Caterpillar announces its first quarter results on 25 April
Yanmar outlines compact equipment ambitions
Developing dedicated electric platforms for compact machines
How much are the world’s biggest construction OEMs spending on R&D?
What are the world’s 10 biggest construction equipment manufacturers spending on research and development?
Where is HVO gaining a foothold in the US?
US West Coast Cat dealer Peterson Power Systems generated power with 8 million gallons of HVO as a renewable drop-in replacement for diesel fuel
Interview: Optimizing electric fleet management
Software startup Guided Energy aims to assist fleet owners in managing their fleet of electric vehicles, and the vision includes equipment rental
Case reveals dealer award-winners
See who won this year’s Case Dealer Awards
Lord Bamford celebrates 60-year JCB milestone
Lord Bamford has gone on to play a significant role in the growth of the company and helped it to become one of the world’s largest OEMs
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
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.
“Best” financial year in Caterpillar’s history
Despite sales falling in fourth quarter for construction segment, 2023 a record year for giant OEM 
Leading economist: US economy to weaken in first half of 2024
Contributing factors include the end of Covid relief programs, lingering impacts of monetary policy and credit tightening
Interview: Wacker Neuson gears up for John Deere excavator production
Gert Reichetseder, president and CEO Americas, talks about when to expect new models and how the market is shaping up to receive them
CNH and HD Hyundai unveil joint innovation agreement
Construction equipment firms to collaborate on construction technology research centre
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