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All terrain crane donated by Tadano in aftermath of earthquake
A 50 tonne capacity crane has been donated by Tadano for the Turkey-Syria earthquake relief effort
Turkey promises swift rebuild; contractors make pledge
Country’s contractors pledge to donate 1% of public reconstruction 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
Contractors lend a hand with European flood disaster clean up
Local construction and other industries initiate European flood disaster clean up
Crane industry sees stimulus surge
As the nation emerges from the pandemic, the finance sector is bullish about crane sales.
Interview: Liebherr equipped to navigate unpredictable trends
Interview: Christoph Kleiner, Liebherr-Werk Ehingen
Special Report: 2021 Forecast
Chris Sleight answers pertinent questions about a post-Covid economic picture for the construction industry in 2021.
Construction and Covid-19: rolling news update
KHL journalists are reporting on how the Covid-19 outbreak is impacting construction worldwide
Manitex announces European debt reduction
Manitex International has minimised its European bank debt by approximately 4.96M €, effective 20 July 2020
US construction jobs rebound in May
Future job losses forecast in USA as federal assistance winds down and Covid-19 pandemic progresses
SC&RA Workshop goes virtual
The 2020 SC&RA Crane and Rigging Workshop will now be a virtual event on 16 and 17 September
US firms benefit from relief loans, but more help needed
Industry officials say real help will come from infrastructure funding 
Podcast: US construction bears impact of pandemic
Ken Simonson, chief economist with Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) talks with International Construction’s Jenny Lescohier
Survey: Over 25% of US construction firms laying off workers
Despite challenges, some are gaining work in the face of the coronavirus pandemic
VIDEO: challenges for Maxim from Covid-19
Frank Bardonaro, Maxim Crane Works chief operating officer, talked to D.Ann Shiffler, American Cranes & Transport magazine editor
Wim Sarens on Covid-19
Sarens said the great majority of its projects worldwide were still open and that it hoped to see restrictions on other sites being lifted
Ainscough Crane Hire virus update
Key Worker status assigned to Ainscough Crane Hire for Critical National Infrastructure assets
Challenges of Covid-19 on crane and rigging
Maxim Crane Works COO Frank Bardonaro talked to D.Ann Shiffler about how his company is addressing the challenges of the Covid-19 crisis
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