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Labor & Workforce Development
We Need to Talk About Suicide in the Construction Industry
An often-overlooked part of workplace safety is mental health; and as the leading occupation for death by suicide, it is time to take psychological safety in the construction industry seriously.
September 10, 2020
Versatile Hybrid Power Sources
The shift toward lower horsepower engines with a variety of supplementary power source options for peak demands are ensuring equipment always can perform optimally.
May 8, 2020
ARA Takes Measures To Protect Rental Owners Amid COVID-19
Working closely with owners and agencies, the ARA has taken several steps to address the coronavirus outbreak and protect its members and their workers.
March 20, 2020
How Close Is Electrified Equipment to Your Operation?
Compact excavators are showing the most growth for leveraging electric or battery power.
January 23, 2020
Improved Versatility Propels Compact Equipment Forward
Flexibility, transportability and lower cost make compact equipment an attractive option over traditional, larger and more specialized machinery.
May 15, 2018
How Equipment Makers are Cutting Machine Power Without Sacrificing Productivity
Reducing max. power of some diesel equipment to 74 hp reduces exhaust treatment requirements. Some brands do it without sacrificing production, and cut costs, maintenance and fuel use too.
February 3, 2017
Earthmoving - Compact
Construction Equipment Suppliers Cut Power Without Productivity Sacrifice
Several OEMs are adding 74-hp and lower machines to expand their product lines and accommodate customer requests for cost-effective equipment with specific performance specifications.
August 17, 2015