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Tat Hong reports improved performance

Singapore-based crane company Tat Hong has posted an improvement in its first quarter revenue, reporting better margins from its distribution division in Australia.

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Versatile microtunnelling at minimal risk

Versatile microtunnelling at minimal riskLock icon

With a variety of microtunnelling methods and systems to choose from, it is important that you select the right technique to suit your individual site and project specifications. For contractors, it is crucial to work with a machine that is versatile and able to manage a wide range of ground conditions, with a variety of pipes and configurations. However, many systems lack this versatility.

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Komatsu establishes advanced technical Training Academy

Leading mining and earthmoving equipment supplier Komatsu Australia has moved into the vocational educational field, offering a range of high-level technical, operator and management courses throughout Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia.

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Effortless lifting solution launched

Pronal's interlocking stackable heavy lift cushions will soon land on our shores.

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Latest developments on ISO 45001

Latest developments on ISO 45001Lock icon

The world's first occupational health and safety international standard is currently being developed. It will help your organisation provide a safe and healthy workplace for your workers and other people, prevent deaths, work-related injury and ill-health, as well as continually improve OH&S performance.

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Why do we wait until it is too late to ask for help?

Why do we wait until it is too late to ask for help?Lock icon

Why do we wait until it is too late to ask for help? This was the problem statement I was asked to deliver as part of the inaugural University of New England (UNE) Smart Region Incubator Augmentation (Hackathon) event held recently at the UNE Smart Farm near Armidale.

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Procore to integrate wearables maker Triax's worker-tracking tech

Construction wearables maker Triax Technologies and con-tech company Procore are teaming up to improve the digital capture and management of job-site worker data, according to ForConstructionPros.

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Raimondi Cranes appoints HLD as official NZ agent

Raimondi Cranes have announced the appointment of Heavy Lift Designs (HLD) as the official agent of New Zealand. HLD will be servicing both the North and South Islands from their newly established NZ headquarters in Wellington.

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New CUBE cab combines maximum productivity with comfort

Tower crane manufacturer Linden Comansa have released their new CUBE cab, which is a far more spacious model of cab and provides optimum visibility of the working area for operators.

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Terex bounces back to profit with second quarter 2017 results

Terex Cranes has reported a positive second quarter in terms of profits and order intake, with income from continuing operations of $95.4 million, or $0.98 per share, on net sales of $1.2 billion.

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