In this edition
Fatal crane collapse in southern China...Q results from Cat, Komatsu, Terex and Volvo...Vinci wins US$ 1.2 billion contract for Cairo Metro extension...
The winners of the 2016 ESTA Awards for lifting and transport, announced during the ESTA Users Night and Awards Dinner during Bauma 2016.
After more than three years of construction work, the new-look international airport at Ashgabat in Turkmenistan reaches its final phase.
As Brazil tries to shrug off corruption scandals and falling commodity prices, neighbouring countries are finding themselves sucked into the chaos. IHS Global’s Scott Hazelton reports.
The economies of Latin American countries may be weak, but a number of governments are looking to major infrastructure development projects to help kickstart their return to positive growth.
BAUMA IN PICTURES
The Munich show is over for another three years. We take a look at some of the stands and machines that caught the eye during Bauma 2016.
The last 12 months has seen some intriguing new launches in the concrete sector. Joe Malone reports on some of the innovations now on the market.
CRUSHING & SCREENING
The mobile versus stationary crushing and screening plants rumbles on, but where do issues such as reliability and efficiency rank in the argument? Mike Hayes reports.
In a sector that boasts impressive machines, companies have gone that extra mile to ensure performance and operator comfort is enhanced, as Joe Malone discovers.
Atlas Copco introduces its new RTEX handheld breaker, with constant pressure control, while Avant Tecno’s new e5 and Avant 500 loaders boast zero emissions and low running costs.