All Emissions Articles

MacGregor’s new electric crane
The company has launched its new VFD electric crane
Tadano to use solar power on Japanese site
Generating solar power at new Japanese crane factory will reduce CO2 emissions by 18 per cent
Scania developing electrified trucks for Jula Logistics
Replacing the extra-long diesel trucks with electrified versions will reduce emissions and costs
Tadano sets sustainability as business goal
Product range will be gradually converted to engine technologies with zero emissions, or at least significantly reduced emissions
Which contractors are joining the HVO revolution?
As pressure mounts from governments and consumers around the world to reduce carbon, contractors are switching from diesel to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to power their equipment.
First fossil-free steel delivered
Sweden-based SSAB produced the world’s first fossil-free steel and delivered it to its customer, the Volvo Group
ZF Services UK revamps facilities for CV
After seeing the resulting market changes post pandemic, ZF Services UK has revamped its Nottingham Centre of Competence offering to better support the commercial vehicle (CV) aftermarket.
AMC adds electric cranes
UK-based crane rental firm AMC has invested in an all-new fleet of Hoeflon and Maeda electric mini cranes
Liebherr in Ehingen switches to HVO fuel
Mobile crane manufacturer in Ehingen, Germany, switches to HVO fuel alternative to diesel claimed to be climate-neutral
Video: Mammoet’s approach to sustainability in lifting and transport
Erica Gray, global sustainability manager at Mammoet, explains the company’s strategic approach to reducing negative environmental impact
Cadman cuts CO2 with HVO
Switch to HVO fuel instead of mineral diesel will see Cadman Cranes cut its carbon footprint by 72 per cent
GGR’s sustainability focus
GGR introduces HVO and adds low emissions machines to fleet
First Mammoet project using low carbon fuel
Mammoet completes first heavy transport project using alternative to fossil-fuel diesel
Eco status for Wolffkran
Wolffkran’s production sites and R&D centre in Germany certified climate-neutral
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