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Sales up more than 20% for Volvo CE
North America plays a key role in third quarter growth in sales for Volvo CE
Demo specialist transfers expertise to mining
Jet Demolition offering turnkey service including shaft sealing
Phoenecian completes work on ‘super basement’
Specialist company uses demolition techniques, including blasting, to excavate five-level structure
Americas give boost to Volvo CE
Second quarter results show continuation of decline in China
Interview: Jet Demolition’s Kate Bester
Kate Bester chose International Women in Engineering Day to talk about her demolition career
More project success for South African contractor
Phoenecian Group completes major demolition project for Durban retailer Mass Discounters 
Phoenecian demolishes multi-storey structure
Watch as demolition specialist implodes condemned Kaserne building in just four seconds
Averda appoints Ex-Ford Motor finance director
Waste management specialist names Niteese Lenton as its new chief financial officer
Keestrack expands regional sales team
Giovanni Bartoli to target key industry sectors in West Africa and the Middle East  
Jet’s latest blasting techniques keep dam walls stable
Highly controlled partial demolition projects have been significant for South African contractor
North America strong for Caterpillar
First quarter saw high revenue growth in North American construction and resource industries
Falling sales in China impacts Volvo CE’s Q1 results
Sales drop in China but rise in the rest of the world – with one region up by 62%
Johannesburg’s Kaserne building set for implosion
South Africa’s Phoenecian Group to handle blow down of fire-damaged five-storey structure
Top ten most expensive cities for construction
What is the most expensive city in the world to build in? 
Post-disaster toolkit for construction
New construction framework for countries that have experienced natural disasters and conflict
Record construction equipment sales in 2021
Global construction equipment sales grew 10% last year with demand expected to remain high in 2022
Hitachi sells controlling share of construction equipment business
Japanese trading company Itochu and private equity firm Japan International Partners together now own 26% of Hitachi Construction Machinery
Construction equipment sales on course for ‘record’ year
Sales predicted to reach record volume of 1.13 million in 2021 and remain robust in 2022 
‘Record’ construction sales predicted for 2021
Off-Highway Research says construction equipment sales of US$110 billion to occur this year
Sales for Doosan Infracore grow in emerging markets
Large equipment deals will see manufacturer deliver over 200 machines to Asia, the Middle East and Africa by the end of 2021
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