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Terex Trucks appoints new dealer in Russia

It’s a new year – and for Terex Trucks, that means a new dealer, too. The Scottish construction equipment manufacturer has just signed Mining Eurasia as its new official distributor in the Russian Federation. As the single largest country in the world (17.1 million km² / 6.6 million mi²), it’s… Read more »

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has joined forces with National Geographic to highlight a breathtaking project to save an endangered community against the threat of rising sea levels. Through a new collaboration that aligns with both companies’ joint values of creating a planet in balance, this new campaign will reveal… Read more »

Prepare for Disasters:  Take 3 Steps to Create Innovative Response Solutions

The frequency and intensity of disasters are increasing, from mighty hurricanes hurling through warm ocean waters, to shifting tectonic plates that build earthquakes, to atmospheric weather patterns that create wide-scale floods. Through it all, critical operations need to be up and running for our communities, companies, survivors and families. Desi… Read more »

The 13th annual Executive Hire show (6 &7 February, Ricoh Arena Coventry) finished on a real high – the show was a ‘sell-out’ – with 190 exhibitors which included 44 companies who made their show debut. Visitor numbers were also up on last year’s event with 1872 relevant hire industry… Read more »

The Plantworx Construction Exhibition, hosted by the CEA (Construction Equipment Association) is just four months away! The biennial working construction event is taking place at its brand-new home at the East of England Arena in Peterborough from 11-13 June 2019. New for 2019 is Railworx, which will give visitors the… Read more »

With a growing global population, the need for new or renovated infrastructure is becoming ever more prevalent. But how do we go about making sure that this infrastructure is sustainable? Dr. Paul Toyne explains on behalf of Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) how the circular economy, combined with an investment… Read more »

Prince George, BC – The Canada North Resources Expo is preparing for its big return to the CN Centre in Prince George, BC on May 24th & 25th. The biennial trade event focuses on major resource sectors vital to Northern Canada’s economy, including forestry and heavy construction. Visitor registration is… Read more »

German construction machinery industry demands stable framework conditions in Europe

At the VDMA Construction Machinery group conference held in Frankfurt, the mood was very clear: Construction machinery manufacturers are concerned about a no-deal Brexit and the beginning of a possible disintegration of the European Union. According to the experts, however, the global economic challenges can only be mastered with a… Read more »

Following a most productive Executive Hire Show, the cheerful Trime sales and marketing teams arrived back at their Cambridgeshire base clutching an armful of orders placed throughout the two days of the show. Paul Hay Trime UK’s managing director explained, “This year’s Executive Hire Show was the best ever for… Read more »

Terex Trucks has its eyes set on growth in Germany

With hundreds of billions of euros being spent on German infrastructure projects over the coming years, Terex Trucks has identified Germany as a key market. The articulated hauler manufacturer already has three dealers in the country but it’s keen to sign more – not least because its upgraded TA300 was… Read more »