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How much will the global construction industry be worth by 2037?
Graham Robinson, Global Infrastructure and Construction Lead, Oxford Economics and Graham Harle, Chief Executive Officer, Gleeds, on where future growth for construction will come from.
New Turkish owner for Hy-Brid Lifts
ASKO adds to portfolio of access manufacturers 
Takeuchi opens new midi excavator factory
Plant close to Nagano will give ‘massive boost’ to capacity
Construction equipment autonomy (part 1): How far has onboard tech come?
Construction Europe talks to Danfoss Power Solutions’ Peter Bleday about how machines are increasingly taking the strain on construction sites
Takeuchi battery-powered compact excavator available worldwide
Takeuchi says that the new machine is similar in performance to their diesel-powered TB216 compact excavator
Putting data to work: How can we harness technology to unlock actionable insights?
Construction companies face numerous challenges when implementing projects, but digitisation offers a unique opportunity for streamlining operations to increase productivity and sustainability, says Thomas Harring, Managing Director of Leica Geosystems
Dingli diesels upgraded
Capacity is lifted across 24-model series 
MRS Electronic introduces solution for capturing and displaying sensor data
The MConn Mini is the smallest version of the MConn series
Volvo CE moving away from ‘linear’ business model
One of world’s top ten equipment manufacturers focuses on remanufacturing, rebuilding and reusing
Atlas Copco to buy Australian pump manufacturer
Sykes Group being sold by Seven Group, owner of Coates
JLG launches fleet connectivity across range
ClearSky Smart Fleet to be standard on most products 
How construction machine control technology can help reduce carbon emissions
As the ink dries on a new report, The Future of Machine Control from Topcon Positioning Solutions, senior vice president & general manager for the company’s business unit EMEA, Luc Le Maire, explains how machine control technology can help reduce emissions.
New Chief Operating Officer at Bomag
Equipment manufacturer announces new COO with a focus on electromobility
Wacker Neuson Group reports impressive growth in first half of 2023
OEM says strategic adjustments in selling prices contributed to strong performance
Is construction ready for driverless vehicles?
The challenges and opportunities for automating off-highway transport
Genie soars amid market opportunities
Second quarter results as Genie relocates some production to Mexico 
Truck mounts: Compacts at the cutting edge
How smaller truck mounts are balancing the need for greater capacities and low emissions while remaining compact
Wirtgen CEO: “The digitalisation of road construction will come in steps”
Dr Volker Knickel, CEO of the Wirtgen Group tells Andy Brown about electric equipment, global sales, worker shortages and the sector’s path to digitalisation
Climate change… construction’s hottest topic
Dr Sreejith Balasubramanian of Middlesex University Dubai, and Dr Vinaya Shukla of Middlesex University London, describe how the construction industry must adapt if it is to mitigate the worst effects of climate change
How Aecom is helping to build Europe’s expanding network of LNG fuelling facilities
Construction of LNG fuelling stations is accelerating across Europe. Aecom explains what is involved in building new stations for Shell.
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