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FIEC: European construction to show resilience in 2022
Industry association report outlines recovery, but warns conflict in Ukraine will impact growth
G7 leaders reveal US$600bn infrastructure plan
Partnership for Global Infrastructure has been viewed as an alternative to China’s Belt and Road Initiative 
Volvo shows 22 tonne electric excavator
Swedish manufacturer a step closer to making a larger electric machine a reality for customers
Tadano suspends crane production
Component shortages precipitate temporary production stoppage at four crane factories in Germany and Japan
Construction associations join to condemn Russia
FIEC, EIC and CICA have released a joint statement on Russia’s ‘war of aggression’ against Ukraine
Liebherr announces 2,500 tonne crawler crane
Heavy duty LR 12500-1.0 lattice boom crawler joins range between the two largest models
New A-Series excavators from Hyundai
Manufacturer says new Stage V machines promise more power and more tech
Zeppelin may have to exit Russia and Ukraine
Company said war having a “massive impact” on its business and could force an exit from Russia and Ukraine
The need for net zero in construction
The climate emergency means the construction industry must evaluate its carbon footprint and develop processes that meet wider sustainability targets and European initiatives - and quickly. Cat Jones reports
Strabag cuts Russian connections
Austrian contractor will close Russian operations and terminate Russian shareholder agreements
CECE report: 24% growth in machine sales
Construction equipment association says too early to estimate impact Ukraine war
War in Ukraine: the construction impact
Assessing the wider impact on construction of the war in Ukraine
Hiab and Cargotec up despite challenges in 2021
Sales and orders up for Hiab crane and materials handling equipment manufacturing parent company
Optimistic outlook for European construction
Contractor survey shows confidence remains despite ongoing supply chain issues
EU construction output to grow by 2.5% in 2022
ING report shows rising optimism among contractors in the European Union despite material shortages
Major cities make push on electric construction equipment
What role are major cities playing in the switch to electric or low-emission construction equipment?
FIEC highlights distortive foreign subsidies
EC proposal for regulation on foreign subsidies ‘will impact construction’
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
Liebherr updates compact loader offering
Upgrades include improved cab visibility and comfort, along with safety features 
Rental firms now leading equipment buyers in Europe
Research predicts long-term shift to rental, even for traditional contractor markets
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