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Nationwide Platforms electric van expansion
Versalifts to meet growing UK low emission demands 
Petrofac releases delayed 2023 results
Petrofac announced growth in engineering and construction contracts but the company’s debt has further increased 
VIDEO: What’s next for global equipment sales?
A Q&A on global construction sales with OHR’s managing director, Chris Sleight
Trime to launch new range of diesel generators
Diesel units “ideal” for UK and Ireland hire market
Wärtsilä Lifecycle Agreement supports hybrid ferries
Five-year agreement intended to further enhance the ships’ environmental sustainability
Autonomous ADT pilot scheme launched
Four companies have worked together to produce an autonomous Bell B40E dump truck
Why women are leaving engineering and construction at twice the rate of men
Valued At Work author Lauren Neal on why so many women are leaving the industry
Wrightbus secures zero-emission bus orders
Orders secured for both battery-electric and hydrogen-fueled models
Are governments going to start mandating for non-diesel-powered construction equipment?
As the UK considers a new strategy for decarbonising construction equipment, is it a sign that governments could start mandating for machines powered by something other than diesel?
Aggreko makes solar power acquisition
UK-South African business specialises in fixed installations
Kubota enters telehandler market
Stage V compliant KTH4815-2 model boasts 1.5-tonne maximum lifting capacity
‘World’s first’ autonomous pothole repair system unveiled
ARRES PREVENT uses AI to identify and repair damaged road surfaces
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?
Damen’s fully electric SOV can charge offshore
Vessel is key to reducing emissions in maintenance of offshore wind farms
UK government investigating alleged dumping of subsidised Chinese excavators
Anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into imports from China of tracked excavators of at least 11 tonnes into the UK
Speedy finalises hydrogen genset JV
Speedy and AFC Energy create JV company
How construction equipment dealerships are evolving with a changing construction industry
The days when a construction machinery dealership would simply sell a piece of equipment and then perhaps sell parts or offer a repair service are disappearing.
How a major contractor is experimenting with injecting hydrogen into diesel engines
The UK arm of Netherlands-based contracting giant BAM is leading a new project that will see it run excavators specially adapted to inject hydrogen into the diesel engines of conventional excavators.
JCB’s electric and hydrogen milestone
OEM ups alternative power initiative 
Speedy makes battery storage power acquisition
Adds battery storage units to its fleet
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