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Used equipment pricing up 45% in North America
Despite used access equipment and telehandler sales down year-over-year, pricing remains strong in North America
PCA forecasts strong year for construction
The Portland Cement Association said the IIJA bill will provide up to $1.2 trillion for infrastructure projects over the coming years
World of Concrete 2022 concludes
Annual masonry event brought in 37,000 attendees and 1,100 exhibitors spanning the 3-day show held in Las Vegas
Manitou sets net zero targets
Manufacturer to lower the CO2 emissions of its worldwide operations by 46% by 2030
97% of space booked for Bauma 2022
World’s largest construction trade fair confirms high level of participation
World of Concrete opens in Las Vegas
The annual masonry-focused event will run through January 20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center
Hitachi sells controlling share of construction equipment business
Japanese trading company Itochu and private equity firm Japan International Partners together now own 26% of Hitachi Construction Machinery
US construction firms predict strong 2022
Optimism high among US contractors, but challenges with a lack of skilled workers and supply chains remain 
What is the future for mast climbers and hoists?
Modularity and flexibility are just two key elements when it comes to car dimensions and capacity
OSHA extends comment period for Heat Injury Standard
OSHA has extended the period for submitting comments on the Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) for Heat Injury and Illness Prevention in Outdoor and Indoor Work Settings
World of Concrete: show to proceed as planned
World of Concrete to proceed as planned in January, despite rising numbers of Omicron cases 
CNH launches Case dealer rental programme
Case dealers worldwide will be offered support to launch rental and used equipment services
Ausa sells sweeper business to focus on compact equipment
Sale of Excelway sweepers and maintenance vehicles will allow it to focus on dumpers, forklifts and telehandlers
Interview: Loxam and the secret behind sustainability
Paul Rankin, COO of Loxam PAD, outlines the changing landscape of sustainablity in the access sector 
Why the pandemic is encouraging more women to work in construction
Why construction was one of the only sectors where the number of jobs held by women increased
Caterpillar offers ‘self-service’ kits
Self-Service Options (SSOs) are for those who want to do their own routine maintenance and minor repairs
Trackunit Apps now available in Japanese
Japanese versions of Trackunit Manager and Trackunit Go launched for rental companies, OEMs and fleet owners
View industry events diary for 2022 and 2023
Keep up-to-date with construction and power industry events at www.khl.com/all-events-diary
Webinar recording: access and rental in 2022
A panel of leading experts discuss a range of hot topics in this free-to-view webinar from AI & ALH 
Skyjack debuts RT scissor in Germany
The SJ9664 RT is Skyjack’s largest RT scissor, with the first unit in the country going to Wocken 
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