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World of Concrete: a modest, yet promising start
As expected, attendance is lower, but the vibes seem positive in Las Vegas
Sales for world’s top construction OEMs surprisingly strong
Latest Yellow Table to reveal that sales for world’s top 50 OEMs declined in 2020 by just 5.5%, less than feared
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
Volvo CE pulls out of Bauma 2022
Volvo CE to focus on new marketing approach with increased emphasis on digital
Fourth quarter results signal strong industry upswing
Profits and revenues of major international equipment producers indicate a robust recovery in the global market
Brazil’s M&T Expo postponed to 2022
South America’s largest construction and mining trade show will now take place in 2022, with dates to be announced
Kobelco suspends excavator production in the US
Issues with US engine certification to lead to temporary suspension of some equipment at US plant
Cummins’ revenues rise 5% in Q4
Despite 16% drop in 2020 revenues, engine manufacturer expects 8-12% revenue increase in 2021
Management promotions at KHL Group
KHL Group has made changes to its senior management team including the creation of a three-person Executive Group
Conexpo-Con/Agg online news service goes live
The new online editorial news service from CONEXPO-CON/AGG has gone live today
US clarifies construction eligibility for paycheck protection loans
American firms that meet small business size standards are eligible 
Survey: Over 25% of US construction firms laying off workers
Despite challenges, some are gaining work in the face of the coronavirus pandemic
US coronavirus relief package now covers self-employed contractors
The recently enacted CARES Act provides unemployment benefits to independent contractors
US unemployment claims break records while construction slows
Tighter shelter-in-place orders bring constuction to a halt in many areas, putting thousands out of work
North America’s top contractors aim to minimise exposure to coronavirus
Firms are using everything from basic hygiene to collaboration technology to keep people safe
Trump pushes for $2 trillion infrastructure package
The latest US economic relief package could focus on construction of roads, bridges and airports
New federal guidance suggests US construction could continue
Appeals from construction officials appear to be heeded as new guidelines more strongly support work on US sites
US VP Pence appeals to equipment manufacturers
Associated Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) works with government to navigate effects of COVID-19 on industry
US construction officials, unions rally to continue working
Some states have already ruled construction can continue, despite shelter-in-place orders
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