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Cost and availability issues are hampering sector’s green goals

SCOTLAND’S construction industry could be another ten years away from having a broad enough range of machinery to meet sustainability aspirations. That’s the view of...

Expanding Empire: demand for used equipment helps drive business growth

THE market for second-hand construction equipment is ‘booming’, thanks in part to the current lack of availability and long lead times associated with brand...

On the right track: growing firm looks for Scottish dealers

PLANT and machinery tracking, telematics and immobilisation specialist, R&R Direct, is on the lookout for new dealers – including in Scotland - following a...

Getting to know…Adam Caulfield

ADAM Caulfield is national sales director (rental solutions) at Sunbelt Rentals, where he leads a team of over 100 people across the UK and...

Broxburn business looks to lead the field with attachments offering

A multi-disciplinary equipment firm has revealed it is effectively about to launch a construction and demolition arm of the business to complement its forestry...

Airdrie training business is helping to build brighter futures

AN Airdrie-based construction training provider has won a prestigious business award and taken on an additional trainer and two new admin staff following a...

Heavy plant supports Ayrshire drawdown project

REDUCING the levels of a reservoir – even a relatively small one – is not a task to be undertaken lightly. First, there’s the...

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