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Can a rotating telehandler replace a crane?
These relative newcomers to American job sites can do the work of several machines - including cranes - without a permit or a dedicated operator
Case’s new attachment turns compact track loaders into grading solutions
The Case Precision Grader Blade is also compatible with both 2D and 3D machine control features
Opinion: Can technology solve the labor shortage in civil construction?
Simplifying the adoption of construction technology across the current workforce is just as critical as attracting new workers
Hyundai buys Doosan, but will grow both equipment brands
The two companies will continue to compete in all areas, including technology, production, purchasing, sales and quality under Hyundai umbrella of brands
6 marine highway projects and a new Marine Highway Route could create jobs
America’s Marine Highway Program aims to boost U.S. maritime industry, create jobs and streamline supply chains while cutting emissions and traffic congestion
Ritchie Bros. sells almost $100M of equipment at its largest-ever pipeline construction auction
With more than 3,100 items sold to thousands of online bidders worldwide, the event continued the trend of ‘unprecedented demand’ for auctioned construction equipment
DPL Telematics introduces new asset-tracking system
The AssetCommand Base Tracking System wirelessly monitors users’ fleets to improve productivity and safety
Fecon to introduce its first 200-hp mulching tractor at The Utility Expo
The 225VST is meant for the toughest mulching applications and can mulch uphill while maintaining control over both the lift arms and track system
How going from 2D to 3D grading systems is expanding opportunities for Calgary’s Shamrock Earthworks
Sean Coghlan demonstrates the effectiveness of using Trimble grading technology along with a Liebherr compact excavator
How to overcome the 4 biggest barriers to making a mixed fleet work together
Having a mixed fleet doesn’t mean you need to invest in multiple technology systems
Entergy reduces downtime, saves cost by moving to predictive maintenance program
Louisiana utility contractor offers four insights into why the company moved from a calendar-based PM system to a usage-based program 
Tunnel boring machine named ‘MudHoney’ digs into Seattle
Lane Construction begins excavation for the Ship Canal Water Quality Project that aims to keep pollution out of the area’s waterways
YARDZ technology allows for efficient tracking, managing of owned, rented assets
Software platform informs users of equipment locations, inventory summaries, rental return alerts, payment terms and more
Cat excavators get remote-control capability, potentially easing worker shortage
Cat Command for Excavating available in line-of-sight or non-line-of-sight configurations for enhanced safety on the job site
Elon Musk targets Texas cities for next tunnel projects
San Antonio and Austin are considering underground transport loops that use Tesla electric vehicles to move people
Buildots receives $30M investment to develop AI solutions for construction
Aiming to increase productivity on jobsites with its digital twin technology, the company will double the size of its global team with the new influx of capital
Smoother sailing: John Deere adds anti-vibration undercarriage system to compact track loader model
The 333G is receiving the optional update, which the company said combats operator fatigue and enhances user experience
6 medium-duty dozers offer better views and more control
Here’s a rundown of leading dirt movers to consider for your fleet
Variety of new telehandlers boast ease of use, greater capacity
Genie, JLG, Skyjack and Snorkel have all released new models to improve performance 
Cat’s new pulverizers produce more tons per gallon
New generation of Primary and Secondary Pulverizers are said to deliver up to 52% faster cycle times
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