PLANTWORX is one of the UK's largest live, working construction events, providing the ultimate opportunity to demonstrate machine innovation and technology.
Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) announces that the latest B6.7 Performance Series engine not only meets EU Stage V, delivering near-zero emission levels of NOx and PM, but it also features stop-start capability which can help operators further reduce running costs, as well as their environmental impact, through lower noise and CO2 emissions.
Britain’s biggest equipment rental company is investing in 2,100 new JCB machines in a deal worth £65 million – the biggest ever order from a UK customer in the company’s 75-year history.
When it came to investing in a versatile new mini excavator, Lancashire Developments purchased a Yanmar SV26 from local dealer MTS Plant. Compact, efficient, and highly productive, the impressive model is already delivering over and above expectations.
Returning to Volvo after nearly 20 years, The Malcolm Group has recently purchased six new excavators, ranging from 22 to 50 tonnes in operating weight
Vp Brandon Hire Station has taken delivery of 70 x 1-tonne Hi-Tip dumpers, in a deal that will expand the company’s fleet, then via their circa. 160 branch network, satisfy the growing demand for Thwaites dumpers.
The CEA also confirm that the PLANTWORX 2022 exhibition (scheduled for 14th/16th June), will not now take place as planned in light of the unexpected second postponement of the Hillhead exhibition to next year.
Boris Johnson has delivered his 'Roadmap to Recovery' as of 22 February. This plan gives a staged return of the things we all hold dear. One element of particular interest is the phased return of live events and conferences ahead of all restrictions being lifted on June 21.Â
Balfour Beatty Flannery, a partnership between Balfour Beatty and Flannery Plant Hire, launches its Operator Skills Hub in Birmingham.
PLANTWORX catches up with Cleaner Construction for London who first exhibited in 2019. Charged with meeting the agreed emission levels in London for NRMM (Non-Road Mobile Machinery), Andrew who heads up the project team has some great news to share and an update on plans to roll this initiative out across the UK.