Vermeer launch new cutting system for their stump cutters Vermeer is enhancing its stump cutter product line with the introduction of the patent-pending Vermeer cutting system (VCS). The VCS incorporates a new tooth design that helps reduce pock ...

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Bosch staying on track with driverless shuttles and Project 3F Ferrying visitors from tram stop to exhibition center, supplementing public transport routes, moving containers full of packages in a logistics center: all these are possible use cas ...

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Cat next generation 395 Excavator delivers on production and durability The Next Generation Cat® 395 excavator offers contractors up to 10 percent more production, two times more structural durability, and up to 20 percent less maintenance costs ...

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UK Innovation in Construction Research and Development drops by 14 percent Costs, lack of qualified personnel and Brexit all blamed for decline of research and development in the construction sector Innovation in the construction sector has fall ...

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Compact radius design gives next gen Cat 325 Excavator better performance and Safety The new Cat 325 hydraulic excavator features a compact radius design, making it ideal for working in tight spaces. It delivers premium performance with integrat ...

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Colas team is keeping Lincolnshire roads safe for key workers during pandemic From the 1 April 2020, Colas Limited will take to the streets as one of Lincolnshire County Council's new highways contractors, together with Balfour Beatty Group Limi ...

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Point of Rental Software makes Electronic Signature App free for crisis hit companies Point of Rental Software is making its electronic signature product, Rental eSign, available for free for 90 days for any hire or rental business that needs it ...

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Electric vehicle battery production in Poland boosted with €480m EIB loan The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a €480 million loan agreement with LG Chem Wroclaw Energy, the Polish subsidiary of the LG Chem Group that was established to ...

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New Cat 315 small Excavator design delivers big productivity and efficiency Offering superior performance in a compact design, the new Cat® 315 Next Gen excavator features a new powertrain, technology and simplified maintenance to boost performa ...

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World Bank funds $500m for green and safe highways in India The World Bank Board of Executive Directors today approved a $500 million project to build safe and green national highway corridors in the Indian states of Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, ...

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BITA and FLTA release Covid-19 notice for Materials Handling and Plant Equipment owners The British Industrial Truck Association (BITA) and The Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) have issued a joint statement in consultation with the Health and ...

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Cat 313 and 313 GC next generation Excavators deliver on performance and efficiency Caterpillar launches two new 13-ton class Next Generation excavator models – the Cat® 313 and 313 GC – with new features that elevate machine performance, increa ...

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Semcon develops AI-powered virtual assistant for professional use We’re used to chatting with computers nowadays. We talk to Siri and Alexa, for example, in our homes and our cars. But for many companies, services of this kind aren’t an option d ...

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Zappshelter industrial strength air-beam tents perfect for the NHS front-line Specialist shelter provider Zappshelter have come up with an innovative product to assist the NHS, emergency services, essential services and anyone faced with needing ...

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BMW shows commitment to hydrogen fuel-cells with i Hydrogen NEXT powertrain Developing alternative powertrain technologies is a top priority for the BMW Group. The premium carmaker offers first virtual insights into the powertrain system for the ...

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Hyundai Exoskeleton wearable robot wins Red Dot Innovation Design Award Hyundai Motor Group’s latest exoskeleton wearable robot, Vest Exoskeleton (VEX), has won the Product Design category (Innovative Product field) at the Red Dot Design Awards, ...

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STRABAG gradually resumes work on construction sites in Austria Around ten days after STRABAG announced the temporary halt of work on its construction sites in Austria, the largest Austrian construction group is now gradually resuming its constr ...

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VolvoCE looks at avoiding common AdBlue issues AdBlue can be quite the troublemaker when it comes to the influx of calls that the VolvoCE technical support team receives each day. Customers call with a wide array of issues, but a common-engine r ...

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McCann crowned with 5th consecutive RoSPA Gold Medal Nottingham-based civil and electrical engineering firm McCann has been awarded the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Gold Medal after the business was crowned with its fift ...

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Nordic Investment Bank finances new tram line for Helsinki The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) and the City of Espoo have signed a 25-year loan of EUR 65.6 million to finance the construction of the new Raide–Jokeri tram line, connecting Helsinki a ...

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ADB Transport Forum 2020 scheduled for 24 - 28 August For more than a decade, ADB has hosted the Transport Forum as a premiere gathering of experts, government counterparts, and stakeholders to discuss the region's transport issues, the applied ...

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Hyundai 90-tonne HX900L Excavator digging deep in Ireland Having run Hyundai excavators since 2005, Irish plant and dredging contractors, Mill Road Plant Ltd, are familiar with the positive long-term performance and reliability they afford and a ...

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Gas Safety Trust launches 2020 small grant call for CO poisoning research The Gas Safety Trust (GST) today launched their 2020 Small Grants call. This Spring the Trust is looking to fund smaller, short-term, innovative and experimental projects ...

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JCB halts production as Coronavirus impact impacts global demand JCB is today stopping production at all of its UK manufacturing plants as disruption resulting from the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic causes an unprecedented reduction in global d ...

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Jaus Neigum crowned Caterpillar Global Operator Challenge Champion at ConExpo 2020 It was an event a year in the making, with over 10,000 operators from 30 countries participated in local operator challenges held by 70 Cat dealers worldwide. Les ...

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Motorcycle theft numbers on the rise: Here is what you should do Did you know that over one single day, 130 motorcycles will be stolen in the UK, the same number in the US and over 150 will disappear in Spain and France. The ‘Telegraph’ called t ...

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Wirtgen Large Milling Machines impressed at Conexpo 2020 With more than 30 exhibits, including 10 world and North American premieres, as well as an interactive technology exhibition, the Wirtgen Group’s booth became a magnet for visitors at Cone ...

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Bergkamp acquires leading laboratory products manufacturer Benedict Slurry Seal Bergkamp Inc., based in Salina, Kansas, announces the acquisition of Benedict Slurry Seal, a leading manufacturer of laboratory products for the asphalt pavement pre ...

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The first Solar Road may have failed, but they still have a bright future Just three years after it was built, Normandy’s 0.6 mile solar-powered road was deemed a total failure. Consisting of 30,000 square feet of solar panels, the solar road wa ...

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AfDB funds $34m road project in Sierra Leone For truck driver Joseph Turay, navigating the 120 km Matotoka-Sefadu road in northeastern Sierra Leone used to be a nightmare. On average, he spent between five hours to one day on the road, which was ...

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