All Mergers & acquisitions Articles

Why construction equipment OEMs are making acquisitions
We take a look at the reasons why OEMs are making so many acquisitions
WysePower acquired by engineering consultant
RSK Group adds temporary site services to its business with latest acquisition
Cat invests in US battery specialist
OEM takes stake in Californian producer of lithium-ion battery packs
Samsung deal to boost modular construction
South Korean firm signs agreement with Lativa’s Forta Pro to scale up prefab manufacture
Cross-Country sells pump rental division
Pump & Integrity Rentals acquired by major US dewatering firm
Trimble makes information-sharing acquisition
Move aims to aid open-platform flow of data
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Komatsu buys underground mining manufacturer
Acquisition of GHH will add load haul dumpers, underground dump trucks and more
Graphisoft to acquire two business units from AV-Tech Group
Graphisoft says that the deal is expected to close in the next several weeks
United Rentals to buy Ahern Rentals
Ahern acquisition will cost United US$2 billion
Webuild outlines plans in Australia
The company has acquired Clough Limited and has been selected for the Sydney metro project
Epiroc to acquire mining automation company
Remote Control Technologies provides automation and remote-control solutions
Holcim sells Indian business for US$6 billion
Swiss-based materials company say sale allows it to focus on acquisition strategy
Terex invests in battery technology firm
Partnership with Acculon Energy will accelerate electrification of Genie product line
Terex MP Acquires ProAll volumetric mixer specialist
Addition will enable Terex to expand its presence in the U.S. and international concrete markets
United Q2 results reflect robust demand
Company to invest $3billion in fleet this year
Mills buys into heavy equipment rentals
Brazilian access specialist enters the heavy equipment with acquisition plus fleet investment
Sener Group acquires infrastructure consultancy
Engineering firm becomes majority shareholder, expanding its presence in Australia’s market
Eiffage acquires majority stake in companies
The two companies are based in the Netherlands and demonstrate Eiffage’s expansion in the market
Doka acquires majority stake in AT-PAC
Deal will see Doka expand into industrial sector, increase global footprint
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