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Hyundai Doosan Infracore reveals new brand name
OEM reveals new brand that will lead “the future market of electrification”
Hitachi CM partners with Kiesel to drive innovation
Joint venture to develop zero-emission machines and tech for European market
Scale of Ukraine reconstruction highlighted at Bauma
Cost of reconstruction could be as high as US$540 billion
Demolition excavator launch for ambitious Kobelco
Japanese manufacturer shows SK1300DLC at Bauma as it targets big European markets
Bobcat shows ESG focus at Bauma
Environmental factors key to launch of E19e electric 2 t mini excavator
Kobelco suspends some machine sales in Europe
Temporary stop on certain crane and excavator sales due to Hino engine emission certification issue
Liebherr highlights shift to electric at Bauma
The construction equipment giant will show more than 70 exhibits at Bauma 2022
Manitou signs up with supply chain ratings agency
Agreement with EcoVadis will support group’s responsible purchasing
Complex steam converter removal by Mammoet
Some large components required careful manipulation inside a nuclear power plant in Germany
Sales up for Cat but China still struggling
Strong second quarter sales for world’s largest construction OEM 
World’s biggest construction contractors revealed
Exclusive listing shows the world’s top ten construction contractors 
Komatsu launches Smart Construction Retrofit Kit
Kit turns conventional machines into “intelligent” ones
Hitachi launches zero emission excavator
5-tonne battery powered excavator is first of its kind to be produced by Hitachi
War in Ukraine: the construction impact
Assessing the wider impact on construction of the war in Ukraine
Another record year for Palfinger
Revenue climbs 20 % as 2021 sets another high for Austrian crane and aerial work platform manufacturer
Optimistic outlook for European construction
Contractor survey shows confidence remains despite ongoing supply chain issues
Major cities make push on electric construction equipment
What role are major cities playing in the switch to electric or low-emission construction equipment?
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
Premium Red Yanmar CE livery goes global
Livery reflects alternative technologies and customer relationship focus
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