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The Construction Equipment Association (CEA) has appointed Suneeta Johal as its new CEO, as former CEO Rob Oliver prepares to retire.
Sales of construction equipment soared in June, and were 75% above the same month last year, according to the Construction Equipment Association.
UK construction equipment sales increased by 1% in Q4 2020 compared with 2019, as sales in December were 15% ahead of December 2019 levels.
UK construction equipment sales plunged by 17% in Q3 2020, as sales for the full year are expected to be 25-30% below last year’s levels.
HS2 becomes the first infrastructure project to adopt CESAR ECV, a new advanced emissions identification scheme to create greener construction sites.
Plant and tool theft from vehicles and sites has increased by around 50% in the last two weeks, as construction sites shut and scale down in the face of COVID-19.
The Construction Equipment Association (CEA) has agreed to postpone the 2021 PLANTWORX show until 2022 – freeing up the calendar for the Hillhead 2020 event to take place next year.
UK sales of construction and earthmoving equipment decreased by 12.3% in the final quarter of 2019, which led to sales for the whole of 2019 showing a 6% reduction.
Retail sales of earthmoving and construction equipment in the UK market decreased by 7.4% in the third quarter of the year, compared with the same quarter in 2018.
Engineering firm, Nylacast, were announced as winners and presented with an award for commitment to skills and training following the CEA’s (Construction Equipment Association) annual conference.
Retail sales of construction and earthmoving equipment in the UK market grew by 2% in 2018, after experiencing a fall in the last quarter of the year.
Dale Camsell has officially joined the Construction Equipment Association (CEA) as the association’s new Senior Technical Consultant, in succession to Malcolm Kent, who recently retired
Retail sales of construction and earthmoving equipment in the UK market increased by 3.8% in the second quarter of 2018, compared with the same period in 2017
The CEA’s annual conference, Innovation is Here, is set to help explain how companies can embrace digital opportunities, and will take place at One Great George Street, London, on 22 March
UK exports of construction and earthmoving equipment remains resilient in 2017, showing a 21% increase in the first 9 months compared with 2016
In the first three quarters of 2017, sales of construction and earthmoving equipment grew by 6% compared with the same period in 2016
New data has revealed construction equipment exports remain buoyant, as the first quarter of the year sees figures reach a new high
The third biennial Plantworx event is coming to Leicestershire in June, bringing together a range of construction equipment machinery experts
Malcolm Kent, Technical Consultant to the Construction Equipment Association gives an update on the progress towards new engine emissions legislation… You might be thinking that...
Commander Neil Basu of the Metropolitan Police outlines his involvement with the CEA’s Security and Registration Scheme – CESAR, and how machinery theft is...