First-half industry revenues are down 4.6% but climbing North American retail sales of Caterpillar and Komatsu machines will support 5% to 10% industry growth
Two big moves in one week signal continued refinement of Volvo Construction Equipment's business priorities
With half a year under our belts it appears the 2013 construction equipment rental market will reach the $36.6-billion mark I predicted last year at this time, up 16% compared with 2012.
Companies closest to equipment users -- rental firms and dealers -- are doing well but economic uncertainty is keeping a lid on overall construction equipment demand
A couple of key challenges have dropped Cat's revenues 16%, but here's why that's no reason to panic
It is apparent that first-half 2013 construction equipment sales could be down 5% to 10% but a plausible second-half recovery result in 5% annual growth
Top construction-equipment makers' retail sales droop in virtually all regions compared to strength through 2012
When the bankruptcy judge welcomed creditors' proposals, Ahern's rhetoric escalated a simple reorganization into a fight for control of one of the nation's Top 10 rental companies
One million housing starts, energy construction strength plus rental growth expected to lead a gradually accelerating construction recovery
Slowing growth in Asia and Europe have changed the players but not the outlook
A low-cost kit recalibrates the engines for use in countries that do not have ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel available
The Fiat CEO has assumed leadership of CNH and is hunting acquisitions to boost the Fiat Industrial holding's share price
US EPA diesel emission regulations could cut off developing nations as a market for used equipment
While the company has been manufacturing in the US for years, the new generation of JCB skid steers are the first machines designed specifically for North American users
Two Chinese equipment makers recently made acquisition bids for Putzmeister. The government decided which one emerged a winner
Caterpillar's North American dealers reported a January sales increase of 47%. With a flat housing market and waning infrastructure spending, where’s all this demand coming from?