The Strategic Forum Plant Safety Group (SFPSG) has released a new revised plant safety guidance document entitled ‘Lifting Operations With 180⁰ and 360⁰ Excavators’
Wienerberger, the global supplier of building material and infrastructure solutions, has announced the launch of four new softmud bricks
The Builders Merchants’ Federation (BMF) has written to Chancellor Philip Hammond to urge him to put measures in the forthcoming budget that will support the modernisation of builders merchants’ delivery vehicles
Over 150 key contacts attended this year’s Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) Plant Conference which took place at the Heart of England Conference and Events Centre near Coventry
In the first three quarters of 2017, sales of construction and earthmoving equipment grew by 6% compared with the same period in 2016
AMI Group has led West Yorkshire Police to a haul of stolen plant equipment worth £250,000 following the recovery of a stolen roller protected with an AMI tracking device
Gary Stockton, Founder and Managing Director of asset tracking company AMI group, has announced the launch of an ultra-small tracking unit
Mick George Ltd explains why it has taken on the challenge of adding vehicle leasing to its portfolio of services
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