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An unassuming apartment block in a Geneva suburb is actually a significant landmark for a UK construction equipment company, as Margo Cole reports.
Automotive-style ownership history checks are now available for construction equipment through a new on-line service launched last month by Datatag in conjunction with vehicle checking specialist HPI.
Harpenden-based Charles Wilson Engineers has added more than 50 Thwaites dumpers to its fleet, taking the total to around 450.
Staffordshire-based Ace line Plant has bought three new JCB 8018 mini excavators in response to positive feedback from customers.
Lincolnshire contractor K&S Allbones Civil Engineers has purchased a new Bobcat T770H compact tracked loader from Scunthorpe-based dealer AMS Bobcat. The new model replaces a Bobcat T300H tracked loader purchased in 2008.
Hire firm John F Hunt has bought six new Volvo rollers from utility dealer Capital Plant Solutions, two 1.5t DD14 rollers and four 2.6t DD25w rollers.
Construction equipment manufacturer JCB today announced plans to invest £150M to expand its manufacturing base in Staffordshire.
Marko Simic explains why employee engagement is vital when times are tough
Civil engineers are ignoring technologies that could help deliver huge productivity and cost savings, says Nick Ground.
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UK Caterpillar distributor Finning has supplied two bespoke Cat D6N track-type tractors for explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes’ expedition to cross Antarctica, which was announed today.