Supply chain woes may be starting to ease for construction machinery manufacturers but they are still rethinking the entire process to avoid future problems.
Bobcat revealed three new loader concepts at its Demo Days event held in Prague, Czech Republic
Equipment rental has been growing inexorably for several decades. On both side of the Atlantic and in Asia there are single businesses with annual revenues exceeding billions of dollars.
Volvo CE says its 23-ton EC230 is now market ready and available for select customers
What construction OEMs make up the top ten of the lastest Yellow Table?
Wheeled and tracked models are the first construction machines launched under new company name and logo
With the differences between diesel models from different OEMs declining, could electrification be a game changer?
Jason Conklin, senior vice president, Caterpillar, with responsibility for Global Construction and Infrastructure talks to Andy Brown about electric power, automation, and sustainability
Komatsu’s customers are still concerned about making the switch to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO), four years after the manufacturer approved the fuel for use in its machines.
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) are the single largest cause of work-related illness in the sector. Are exoskeletons the answer?
The Celebration of Construction was hosted by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) in partnership with member companies and industry partners
China-based construction equipment manufacturer XCMG has more room to grow overseas and regards North America as a key market.
North America is ready for electric construction equipment, contrary to perceptions in some quarters that appetite for the machines lags that in Europe.
International sales for the first quarter of 2023 break records for China-based XCMG