Construction Europe - March 2021

By Anita Bhakta21 March 2021

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As the pandemic and environmental concerns change equipment demands, the range of applications a mini excavator can be used for has become even more important. Leila Steed reports.

Construction companies undertaking utilities have always had to adapt to changeable conditions. No doubt, this has been useful during this time of crisis. Mike Hayes reports.

From wheeled loaders to conveyors, materials handling in construction is an obvious target for new product and technology development, as D&RI editor Steve Ducker reports.

The coronavirus pandemic hit France particularly hard, but hugely innovative construction projects have continued to move ahead in this European giant, as Mike Hayes reports.

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