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CECE: The sustainable reindustrialisation of Europe should be a key priority
CECE calls on EU to deliver legislation that will prioritise reindustrialisation
Over 1,000 exhibitors for Intermat
Paris-based construction trade show meets target of 1,000 exhibitors 
Plans to build Saudi Arabia’s 170km linear city the Line ‘scaled back’
Saudi Arabia is planning to scale down a project to build a 170km-long megacity called the Line, according to reports.
Rebuild Ukraine conference to be held at Intermat
Event on Thursday 25 April requires registration
Power technologies debuted by Eneria
Battery and hydrogen generators on show
Bergerat Monnoyeur returns to Intermat
Company represents Caterpillar at the show
Ausa to focus on electric at Intermat
Range of zero-emission vehicles to be exhibited 
UK firm’s solar fence panels promise to generate 425 watts each
UK-based Jacksons Fencing has launched a new solar fence panel, with each one capable of generating 425 watts.
Job hopping, remote working, and tech: How can construction retain Gen Z?
What does Gen Z want from the construction industry? And can the industry provide it?
How much are the world’s biggest construction OEMs spending on R&D?
What are the world’s 10 biggest construction equipment manufacturers spending on research and development?
Hitachi to showcase collision avoidance system at Intermat 2024
One of the highlights on the stand is the Xwatch Leica Geosystems 3D Avoidance System mounted on a ZX225USLC-7 2P excavator
Growth in 11 of 13 product segments for Liebherr amid record results
Liebherr registered growth in 11 of its 13 product segments last year, as it filed a record set of results for 2023.
How the hierarchy of top construction OEMs continues to change
Updated animated chart shows how the top construction OEMs have traded positions over the last 20 years, now including data for 2023.
Dieci goes all electric with Intermat launch
First 100% electric telehandler accompanied by updated Pegasus range 
Change of leadership at UK’s CEA association
CEA begins search for new chief executive
Hitachi partners for fleet telematics in France
HCME equipment will now come equipped with factory-integrated telematics
Interview: Optimizing electric fleet management
Software startup Guided Energy aims to assist fleet owners in managing their fleet of electric vehicles, and the vision includes equipment rental
Baltimore bridge collapse: Can engineers prevent similar disasters?
Deadly catastrophe leads to opportunity for engineers to do more to protect the world’s aging bridges
What is adjudication and how can it be used to resolve construction disputes?
What is the role of adjudication in construction disputes and what are its advantages and disadvantages?
Interview: Rethinking the way we build infrastructure
The way in which societies design and build infrastructure needs to change as the world gets to grips with the challenges that decarbonisation and climate change present, according to engineering professor Deb Chachra.
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