International Construction - May 2019
Safety fears over new technology; global construction output to grow; US$56 billion for German rail; EC infrastructure fund; Notre-Dame reconstruction.
China’s economy continues to slow, although the country still enjoys stronger growth than most other countries, reports Scott Hazelton from IHS Global.
The economic outlook has improved in recent years in North Africa but, reports Andy Brown, much depends on how Egypt – and its highly ambitious infrastructure plans – performs.
The latest developments and technology in the rigid hauler and articulated dump trucks markets are examined by Andy Brown.
The equipment used in tunnelling projects around the world and the projects themselves – which often occur in major citires – are looked at by Joe Sargent.
Joe Sargent looks at high-rise projects from around the globe and the impressive cranes which make their construction possible.
A look ahead to the UK-based show, which will be held at a new location in 2019.
With the skills shortage a genuine issue for the construction industry, Andy Brown talks to contractors and manufacturers about this issue and examines whether new technology could provide a solution.
Andy Brown spoke to Akira Kato from Sumitomo about why steady growth is key for the company.
An examination of the worldwide hauler market.