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Trackunit acquires ZTR to create single telematics business
Companies said the combination will accelerate the digital transformation of construction
Vermeer to sell Conmeq electric skid-steers in Europe
Stand-on AS15 machines to be sold through Vermeer dealers
Which contractors are joining the HVO revolution?
As pressure mounts from governments and consumers around the world to reduce carbon, contractors are switching from diesel to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to power their equipment.
Palfinger attack highlights escalation in cyber crimes
What lessons does the Palfinger case have for the wider construction equipment industry?
ABB and Hitachi to develop electric dump truck
Dump trucks to use new onboard electrification system
JCB creates another 500 jobs
Manufacturer ‘sold out’ of newer construction models, with record demand for construction equipment ongoing
Honda and Komatsu team up for electric mini excavator
Partnership aims to allow Honda’s MPP batteries to be used with various Komatsu equipment
World of Concrete: a modest, yet promising start
As expected, attendance is lower, but the vibes seem positive in Las Vegas
Volvo CE battery-electric machines at work in Switzerland
Electric compact machines from Volvo Construction Equipment are being put through their paces by Swiss customers.
JCB develops hydrogen-fueled engine
Engine is suitable for use in a range of equipment including loadalls, excavators and backhoes
Wacker Neuson to share battery with Bomag
Cooperation opens up broader range of electrically-powered construction equipment to customers
Bauma postponed to October 2022
Vaccine roll-out and unhindered travel essential for successful event, says show organiser
Messe München: future of bauma and trade shows is ‘hybrid’
Messe München CEO says that digital encounters are not a hundred percent substitute for face-to-face exchanges
JLG withdraws from Bauma 2022
JLG has pulled out of Bauma 2022, the company announced, and will focus instead on virtual interactions and online collaborations
JCB “very unlikely” to be attending traditional trade shows in future
Another trade show setback following Volvo’s recent Bauma decision
2021 could see ‘record high’ sales of construction equipment
Market strength such that manufacturers may not be able to keep up with demand in 2021
Volvo CE pulls out of Bauma 2022
Volvo CE to focus on new marketing approach with increased emphasis on digital
JCB to create 450 new jobs
As markets rebound, manufacturer adds a further 950 permanent UK positions in second recruitment drive of year 
European equipment sales healthy despite Covid
Sales volumes remain at a historically reasonable level, says consultancy firm
CECE optimistic for 2021 but highlights supply chain concerns
CECE forecasts a 5% increase in construction equipment sales in Europe this year after a 11% fall in 2020
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