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Latest wheel loader models use smart technologies to reduce ownership costs
Recent advancements to this job site staple are increasing efficiency, safety and comfort
GM to invest $7 billion in gearing up for electric truck manufacturing
Described as the ‘single-largest investment announcement in GM history,’ the move will create 4,000 new jobs at four Michigan manufacturing sites
Will higher interest rates slow construction in 2022?
Portland Cement Association Chief Economist Ed Sullivan said new infrastructure funding should offset inflation which is driving up rates and cooling U.S. GDP
Hitachi reorganization leads to sale of controlling share of construction equipment business
Japanese trading company Itochu and private equity firm Japan International Partners together now own 26% of the world’s seventh largest construction equipment manufacturer
How do you compare? Surveyed contractors say they expect a strong 2022
Construction firms indicated they expect to add workers this year due to increasing demand for projects, despite ongoing supply chain and worker challenges
Special report: 2022 construction forecast shows reason to invest
Challenges to the economy and construction remain, but contractors can feel confident in putting their money behind more people and new equipment
Veit adds to female-led management team
On the heels of last year’s appointment of Kelly Veit as CEO, the Minnesota-based demolition contractor has named a woman as vice president of human resources
Is Team Chevy pulling into the lead?
General Motors reports that Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra deliver GM’s second consecutive year of full-size pickup sales leadership in 2021
Case dealers to see rental and certified used equipment program this year
CNH Industrial plans to launch the initiative as part of its commitment to construction
Two South Jersey concrete suppliers merge to serve region
Silvi Materials announces acquisition of L&L Redi Mix to enhance construction service throughout New Jersey
10 super-interesting must-read stories from the past year
Whether you’re interested in everything Elon Musk is up to, or where a retired Walmart exec wants to build Utopia, you can find it in these reports from CONEXPO-CON/AGG 365 
Top construction news stories of 2021
The past year has come with a lot of impactful news - for the construction industry as well as the nation and the world - here’s a rundown of the biggest stories from the past year
Didn’t get what you want from Santa? Here are 10 ideas to treat yourself
From heated jackets to rugged coolers and high-tech work boots, here’s a list of goodies sure to excite anyone who works on a construction job site
Equipment spotlight: Wacker Neuson’s 5055 compact wheel loader
Offering easy maneuverability and smooth handling, this compact model can handle increased payloads
Case CE rolls out two new soil compaction models
SV215E and SV217E models both feature high centrifugal forces and standard dual amplitude and dual frequency capabilities to dial in compaction performance
Construction materials rising at runaway rates
Public officials urged to find ways to increase capacity at backed up ports, abandon plans to double tariffs on Canadian wood and address rising levels of inflation
Case donates TV450B CTL to Zac Brown’s summer camp
Camp Southern Ground is a non-profit organization that supports veterans’ mental health as well as serving kids from varied backgrounds and abilities 
What to expect for construction in 2022
Supply chain issues, inflation to continue next year, says Dr. Anirban Basu, chief economist with Associated Builders & Contractors 
Top compact wheel loaders to consider in 2022
A versatile and adaptable machine, compact wheel loaders can help contractors in tight spaces with their versatility
District judge blocks vaccine mandate for federal contractors nationwide
Construction officials speak out in opposition to government vaccine requirements, which have been battered by lawsuits from the start and were finally blocked by a district judge in Georgia
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