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Reeves to run Hyundai sales

18 Sep 2017: Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe has appointed Tony Reeves from Miller UK as its new sales manager for the UK & Ireland. more »

Piletec expands EMV range

15 Sep 2017: Piletec has introduced two new excavator-mounted vibrators that are designed to help contractors save time and reduce costs more »

Dredgers set course for Blenheim Palace

14 Sep 2017: One of the largest civil engineering projects ever undertaken at a British stately home is being planned at Woodstock’s Blenheim Palace. more »

Tool hire sector divided on CITB

14 Sep 2017: Plant and tool hire firms are split on how to vote in the current vote to retain the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) levy. more »

Genie sales team hits the road

14 Sep 2017: A team from Genie, the aerial work platform division of Terex, has started a 10-day promotional roadshow of the UK. more »

Jewson stocks more mini crushers

14 Sep 2017: Builders’ merchant Jewson has taken delivery of its third batch of Red Rhino 4000 mini crushers. more »

Torrent Trackside backs hydrogen fuel cell lighting

13 Sep 2017: Rail plant supplier Torrent Trackside has added the Ecolite-TH2 hydrogen fuel cell lighting tower to its inventory of equipment for hire. more »

Bryn Thomas opens Newcastle yard

13 Sep 2017: Bryn Thomas Cranes has opened a hire depot in Newcastle, its second in the northeast. more »

A-Plant parent expects hurricane dividend

12 Sep 2017: With hurricanes Harvey and Irma leaving a trail of destruction in their wake across the Caribbean and southern USA, those in the business of supplying equipment for the clear-up and eventual re-build are set for increased business. more »

Italian dumper trucks brought to UK

12 Sep 2017: An Italian manufacturer of site dumper trucks has signed a UK distribution deal. more »

GAP adds to LED lighting tower fleet

11 Sep 2017: GAP Hire Solutions has bought more X Eco lighting towers for its hire fleet to add to the 400 or so it bought last year. more »

Hitachi adds oil sensors to excavators

8 Sep 2017: Hitachi Construction Machinery is adding sensors to its excavators that monitor the quality of the engine and hydraulic oil. more »

New Cat shovels for Mick George

7 Sep 2017: Mick George has taken delivery of two Cat 966M loading shovels and put them to work in its Cambridgeshire quarries. more »

Walsh moves to cabbed dumpers

7 Sep 2017: Uxbridge-based M Walsh Plant Hire has taken delivery of six Wacker Neuson forward-tipping dumper trucks with enclosed cabs. more »

Sandhust opens Bristol depot

7 Sep 2017: Sandhurst is opening a new rental depot for excavator attachment hire in southwest England. more »

Progress made on dumper dangers

6 Sep 2017: New industry guidance is being produced that could spell the end of open cab site dumpers. Phil Bishop reports. more »

Crane strike off as HTC ups offer

5 Sep 2017: A planned strike by tower crane operators at HTC Wolffkran has been suspended following a last ditch pay agreement being reached. more »

US distribution for British edge protection system

5 Sep 2017: Rapid–EPS, a UK producer of edge protection systems, has got itself representation in the US market. more »

Volvo GB sale completes

4 Sep 2017: SMT Holdings has completed the acquisition of the Volvo Construction Equipment GB dealership business. more »

PASMA adds to technical support

1 Sep 2017: PASMA, the trade association for the mobile access tower industry, has appointed John Darby to the newly created post of head of technical support. more »

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