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Webinar on cybersecurity in rental and construction, 4 November
IRN free webinar will have senior speakers from Loxam, Ritchie Bros and Palfinger
Trackunit acquires ZTR to create single telematics business
Companies said the combination will accelerate the digital transformation of construction
Top 5 private equity rental acquisitions 2021
We pick out five prominent acquisitions that have occurred throughout the year
ML utilities acquires UES
The purchase positions ML Utilities to better serve its growing customer base in Tennessee, USA
Ritchie Bros names president
Ritchie Bros confirms internal appointment 
Who tops the 2021 IC Tower Index?
Even after more than a year of a global pandemic the IC Tower Index is not only up, it is with another significant increase
Ritchie Bros. to acquire Euro Auctions for US$1 billion
Auction firm Ritchie Bros. to acquire Euro Auctions and expand international presence
Palfinger attack highlights escalation in cyber crimes
What lessons does the Palfinger case have for the wider construction equipment industry?
Terex bounces back in first half
Second quarter 2021 sales up 50%, with strong growth in AWP and material processing segements 
GGR’s sustainability focus
GGR introduces HVO and adds low emissions machines to fleet
Post-pandemic demand lengthens delivery times for construction equipment
Government stimulus measures following the global pandemic have led to a surge in demand for construction equipment
Francina Marie Pride-Motz: 1974-2021
Longtime crane and access industry publisher Franci Motz has passed away at the age of 46
World of Concrete: a modest, yet promising start
As expected, attendance is lower, but the vibes seem positive in Las Vegas
Beta Max Hoists and LGH partner
LGH will sell, rent and service Beta Max portable and maxial track systems across its North American distributorship 
Bauma postponed to October 2022
Vaccine roll-out and unhindered travel essential for successful event, says show organiser
Messe München: future of bauma and trade shows is ‘hybrid’
Messe München CEO says that digital encounters are not a hundred percent substitute for face-to-face exchanges
JLG withdraws from Bauma 2022
JLG has pulled out of Bauma 2022, the company announced, and will focus instead on virtual interactions and online collaborations
JCB “very unlikely” to be attending traditional trade shows in future
Another trade show setback following Volvo’s recent Bauma decision
Volvo CE pulls out of Bauma 2022
Volvo CE to focus on new marketing approach with increased emphasis on digital
Palfinger reports profitable 2020
Profitability was maintained on lower sales at Austrian crane and access equipment manufacturer
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