All Asphalt Paving Equipment Articles

Wirtgen Group debuts new machines at Bauma
Crushers, pavers and compact milling machines all feature
Dynapac launches first electric paver
Road construction equipment specialist’s eCity SD1800W e offers paving capacity of 350 tonnes an hour
What are the top construction stories of 2022 so far?
International Construction rounds up five of the biggest construction stories from 2022
Benninghoven asphalt mixing plants to improve sustainability
Reduced-temperature mixtures can be conveniently produced and processed in a conventional manner says Wirtgen
Recycling to regenerate construction
As the European construction sector transitions to a regenerative, circular economy, Leila Steed takes a look at the latest crushing and screening equipment re-energizing the market.
World’s first fully electric asphalt paver
Royal BAM, Wirtgen and New Electric have converted an asphalt spreading machine to run on electric power 
Consortium paves road tunnel in Germany
Schleith, Züblin and Martin Paschmann Asphaltbau use Vögele and Hamm machines to complete Karlsruhe Tunnel
Road project in Nepal presents unique obstacles for equipment
Asphalt mixing plants and roadbuilding machines rise to challenges with grade and altitude
Road building: Repair, rebuild, construct
As the world’s infrastructure cries for improvements OEMs are ensuring roadbuilding equipment is up to the task
New asphalt pavers from Ammann
Range of asphalt pavers, which include 17 models in three major size groups, available globally
Fayat completes Dynapac acquisition
As sale of Dynapac to Fayat concludes, a new product visual identity is revealed
Local compactors in Wirtgen showcase
Wirtgen Group’s stand will include new rollers and other road building machines built at the company’s Langfang factory
Wirtgen Group targets growth
With record sales and staff numbers, the acquisition of Benninghoven and new investment going into its factories around the world, Wirtgen Group remains in expansion mode
Road building economy drive
Many of the latest developments in road building machines are tied to new engine emissions standards in the developed world. However, new features are being introduced to machines across the globe.
Turning up the heat
Bomag is pushing to increase competition in the road building sector with a string of new launches. Helen Wright reports.
Dynapac's road building showcase
Dynapac will complete its range of fifth generation single drum rollers at the Bauma show and will also present new pavers and screeds
Wirtgen's group-wide product showcase
On show will be cold recyclers, soil stabilisers and slipform pavers from Wirtgen, new Dash-3 pavers from Vögele, compactors from Hamm, and new crusher from Kleemann.
Paver launch from Caterpillar
Caterpillar will have three new road building machines on show at Bauma – the AP300D paver and the CB24B and CB34B XW compactors
Fayat acquires Terex road building range
French owner of the Marini and Bomag brands to acquire businesses in North America and Brazil building pavers, plants, reclaimer/stabilisers and material transfer machines
Wirtgen planning to manufacture pavers in India
Company to add small paver production at its Pune plant to complement larger imported asphalt finisher range
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