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Scania forms real-time working timepiece with 90 drivers and 14 running tractor trailers.

Says 2017 revenue expected near $6.7 billion

Revised House $5 billion Water Resources Development Act under fire

Watch 32 months of building in 3 minutes

Officials vote to formally delay project until January 9, 2017

Mining and defense units to form new company named Lake Shore Systems

Cat seeks to expand customer base with new product line and distribution channels

However, national backlogs fell 1.6 percent to 8.5 months

Smart sensors embedded into bridges, highways and buildings can self-check for damage in an emergency

New partnership will give fleet owners and managers access to IronDirect's parts inventory this month

Filter Forensics gives equipment owners cause analysis and solutions for premature fuel and oil filter plugging

World's highest bridge is completed in China

Caterpillar Foundation plans to invest more than $1 billion in Africa over five years

Remote controlled robots for use in ATEX Zone 2 areas

RS Lining team will be joining HammerHead at its facility in Lake Mills, Wisconsin

New subscription-based service saves time and costs associated with inaccurate model year identification with on-the-spot verification

Terex Trucks is partnering with Volvo Construction Equipment Hub Korea to supply and support Terex rigid dump trucks in the Republic of Korea.

$25K in free equipment rental will help train Tioga County area public works and highway departments in water management

The next generation of off-the-road tire tracking

Car company wins bid to supply battery power to California

Leasing splurges are flooding the used market with machines

Committee votes unanimously to fund Las Vegas NFL stadium

After teasing a hybrid wheel loader at Conexpo 2008 and watching a number of competitors' hybrid machines reach the market in the interim, Volvo Construction Equipment finally lifted the lid on its hybrid efforts at an international customer and press event in Eskilstuna, Sweden.

New online direct-marketplace for heavy equipment may save owners 50 percent over a machine's lifecycle

"The last thing our economy can afford is to continue preparing students for jobs that don’t exist while employers search in vain for workers with skills that aren’t taught."

New facility will join Amazon's power sources in Virginia, Indiana, Ohio and North Carolina.

P3 to be called The Trade District

Final rules create a “Kafkaesque nightmare” full of uncertainty for firms contemplating federal contracting work

Real-time connection between equipment renters and suppliers

Genie's XC booms increase performance with more capacity and precise platform positioning

NYC agency only tracks deaths that involve violations of the city’s construction code

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