The construction equipment industry has retained its faith in the trusty diesel engine according to CEA consultant Alex Woodrow
The CPA has launched a good practice guide on the safety aspects of pressurising hydraulic systems using an external energy source for diagnostic purposes.
The SFPSG has released a new publication on plant safety entitled ‘Reducing Unintended Movement of Plant - Managing Exposure to Consequential Risks.’
Sustainability expert Charlie Law shares how timber product suppliers can help the industry meet sustainability goals through responsible sourcing and education The UK consumes circa 16 million m3 of sawn wood and panel products annually, the vast majority of which is believed to be used either directly or indirectly by...
This year’s Timber Expo will cover all the latest developments from the industry, bringing together leading experts in the built environment
New construction products left untested can result in serious problems. The British Board of Agrément explains why they should be monitored for safety
UK plant hire firm A-Plant has added 50 Boss Cabins to their accommodation fleet as part of a £1m expansion
The CPA has recognised a number of mechanic apprentices during its annual event to identify the industry’s brightest talent
A number of new roles have been created as one of Scotland’s largest plant hire firms invests more than £1m opening a new site
Recovering stolen plant equipment and machinery could be made easier, safer and achieved more efficiently with new drone technology, says AMI Group
New data has revealed construction equipment exports remain buoyant, as the first quarter of the year sees figures reach a new high
Hire Association Europe’s Hire Awards of Excellence 2017 have named Seddons Plant & Engineering as construction Supplier of the Year
The third biennial Plantworx event is coming to Leicestershire in June, bringing together a range of construction equipment machinery experts
A new survey has revealed many SME contractors have a substantial amount of annual turnover tied up in late payments