In this edition
Toshiba announces huge losses in its US nuclear plant construction arm...Caterpillar unveils plans to move top execs to new global HQ in Chicago...net sales for Volvo Construction Equipment leap up 20% in Q4 2016...
Scott Hazelton of IHS Global reviews the current situation in Latin America, and can find few reasons to be cheerful in a region that is suffering protracted and painful economic woes.
While Russia’s economic turmoil has had a painful effect on its neighbours, there are signs of recovery both within and beyond the great country’s borders.
International Construction takes a a second virtual tour of ConExpo, casting as wide a net as possible over the show, to give a sense of the range of products on display in Las Vegas this year.
Katherine Weir reports on a broad cross-section of the cranes market, including rough- and all-terrain, crawler, tower, mini crane and heavy lift machines.
Mike Hayes reports on the technological, environmental and mechanical advances that are changing the face of drilling equipment in the 21st century.
International Construction looks at some of the world’s largest articulated dump trucks and examines the new features that could benefit construction as well as mining and quarrying.
Global sales of haulers hit a low point last year, but the market analysis experts at OHR expect a gradual rebound to start in 2017.
A look at the growth of the used equipment market, both via construction equipment auctions and the new phenomenon of retail websites.