International Construction - December 2019
China’s Latin America investments; robotic dog unleashed for construction industry; Ghana’s SkyTrain; growth for modular construction; airport construction booming in Asia Pacific.
Scott Hazelton looks at the economic prospects of the countries making up North Africa.
The ongoing US-China trade war has caused some pain but, discovers Andy Brown, 2020 could still be a good year for North American construction.
Andy Brown takes a look at the varied world of attachments, casting a particular eye on the increasing acceptance and use of tiltrotators.
With work below ground just as important as that above it, Joe Sargent reports on the latest development in the important sector of drilling equipment.
When it comes to hybrid power options for construction equipment there really isn’t, discovers Katherine Weir, a one size fits all solution.
CRUSHING AND SCREENING
With tighter environmental standards than ever before and companies focusing on the bottom line, crushing and screening methods are evolving, reports Joe Sargent.
SHOW PREVIEW: WORLD OF CONCRETE
A look ahead to next year’s ever popular World of Concrete show in Las Vegas, US.
SHOW GUIDE: EXCON
Whet your appetite for this year’s EXCON, which is being held in Bangalore, India.
An examination of the North American market.