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JLG acquires Power Towers, a new Atlas Copco sales VP and Kenworth dealer relocations all in the latest Dealer and Manufacturing News Roundup
JLG acquires UK-based Power Towers JLG Industries has acquired Power Towers, a low level access equipment manufacturer based in Leicester, UK. Power ...
John Deere sees slight uptick in construction sales but profits fall 30% as ag slowdown continues
Construction and forestry equipment sales are the only bright spot for John Deere, albeit a dim one, as the heavy ...
Nominations due June 5th for AEM Hall of Fame
Do you know of someone in the construction industry who has made a significant contribution to the construction industry? Then ...
Terex sales drop 9% as 1Q results in a loss
In its earnings report for fiscal year 2014 in which the company reported a big 27-percent profit increase, Terex cautioned ...
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Volvo CE sees demand in China cut in half, profit plunges 46% in 1Q
Citing weak demand in China, where sales have been cut in half, Volvo Construction Equipment reported a drop in revenues ...
Despite uptick in sales, Komatsu sees fiscal year 2014 profit fall 3.5%
Increased sales in developed countries combined with the depreciation of the Japanese yen against the dollar were able to boost ...
Perkins discusses “Tier 5” planning, impact; announces new engine to be built in US
British engine manufacturer Perkins, is meeting with customers and media although not exhibiting at Intermat this year. At least not ...
Caterpillar to cut 250 jobs from Indiana engine plant
Caterpillar has announced that it will cut 250 workers from its Lafayette Engine Center in Indiana. According to a report from WLFI ...
KHL: Construction equipment revenues down as manufacturers trade places in top 10 rankings
Caterpillar and Komatsu remain the no. 1 and no. 2 construction equipment manufacturers in the world, respectively, to no surprise ...
Terex begins manufacturing Genie telehandlers in Oklahoma City
Terex has announced that it is now manufacturing Genie telehandlers at its Oklahoma City facility. The 700,000-square-foot facility employs 260 people and ...
Sales fall again in 4Q as CNH Industrial posts 14% profit decline for 2014 on slumping farm demand
It wasn't nearly as bad as the third quarter, but the fourth certainly wasn't much better for CNH Industrial which ...
Komatsu profit up 5.5% in 3Q thanks to strong construction equipment sales in North America
Helped by a weakening of the yen against the U.S. dollar as well as increased equipment sales in the Americas ...
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Nikola says its 2,000-hp electric hauler is 100% emissions-free
Cat to end track drill production, intends to sell room and pillar underground mining machine business
John Deere unveils 2 large-frame skid steers, 2 CTLs in G Series power boost
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