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How the industry is finding solutions to make working in the field more sustainable
Long time senior editor says farewell after more than 400 issues
With the differences between diesel models from different OEMs declining, could electrification be a game changer?
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.
Swiss-based building materials company Holcim has placed the biggest commercial order to date for Volvo electric trucks, deploying up to 1,000 by 2030.
Manufacturer aims to bring large zero emissions machines to market in ‘near future’
North America is ready for electric construction equipment, contrary to perceptions in some quarters that appetite for the machines lags that in Europe.
Paul Douglas, Managing Director, Rokbak, on how alternative power will change how both OEMS and dealers do business
Irish battery solutions manufacturer to add 100 jobs as it seeks to keep up with global demand
Hydrogen combustion engines aren’t just in the works, they’re actually working.
Bobcat’s Vijay Nerva speaks to Construction Technology deputy editor, Catrin Jones
The change will create a loophole in 2035 ban on IC-engine sales for vehicles exclusively using e-fuel
Show confirms “live events are very important”, says Chair of the show
Company introduces zero-emissions option for small volume concrete delivery
No more conventional diesel powered mobile folding cranes from Dutch manufacturer Spierings
Danfoss claims combining an electric motor with its digital displacement pumps is the most efficient way to turn battery energy into hydraulic work. Construction Europe asked how the technology works
Will strengthen Plug’s supply chain and help meet growing demand for hydrogen fuel cells and electrolyzers
Investment will help expand facilities at Volvo CE’s Sweden-based factory
System equips boom lift models with two full-sized, independent power sources