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Supply chains in focus at Off-Highway Conference
Construction equipment industry urged to prepare for long-term volatility
Sri Lankan construction ‘in crisis’
Government owes contractors US$416.7m for works done, numerous projects halted 
How to keep smart construction machines safe from hackers
Experts discuss how contractors can protect their fleets against ransomware and terror attacks
Trackunit launches online ‘Product Portal’
Website will provide details of current and future development projects
Averda appoints its first sustainability chief
Internationally renowned circular economy expert to help customers achieve Net Zero
Mecalac launches three swing loaders
New compact wheeled loaders bring Mecalac’s AS-Series equipment range up to seven models
Alstom appoints East Asia director
Toby Tiberghien to deliver rail sector specialist’s ‘Motion’ strategy
Bobcat launches used equipment programme
‘Bobcat Certified’ scheme to ensure reliability of pre-owned equipment launches in Europe  
How job order contracting improves construction efficiency
Job order contracting is suited to certain types of projects where it can potentially save contractors time and money 
Euro Auctions and Ritchie Bros. merger scrapped
Ritchie Bros pulls out of £775m deal following decision by UK Competitions & Markets Authority
Cemex invests in carbon utilisation start-up
Carbon Upcycling Technologies’ patented process reduces CO2 from cement production by 30% 
Skyjack president discusses new facilities in China
Interview: Ken McDougall on how Skyjack will serve the Asia Pacific region
CATME opens with van Gelder keynote
Mammoet CEO says a new approach to contracts for the renewables sector is needed
What are major contractors doing to promote equal pay?
As Women In Construction Week focuses attention on gender inequality in the construction sector, Lucy Barnard looks at what some of the world’s largest construction companies are doing to employ more women and to promote equal pay
Wacker Neuson’s electric equipment tested
Case study: Wacker Neuson’s zero emission range used for city centre renovation project
Dingli opens boom lift production plant
The US$235 million facility represents phase four in Chinese manufacturer’s production expansion project 
CNH launches Case dealer rental programme
Case dealers worldwide will be offered support to launch rental and used equipment services
Trackunit Apps now available in Japanese
Japanese versions of Trackunit Manager and Trackunit Go launched for rental companies, OEMs and fleet owners
Epiroc’s CO2 goals validated by Science Based Targets
Manufacturer to halve carbon emissions from production, transport and use of its equipment by 2030
Mills rebrands to reflect growth and vision
New branding reflects growth, shared economy and people-focused ethos
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