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Scottish builders’ confidence falls as fear over future work grows, survey finds

There is a growing fear over future work prospects among employers in the Scottish construction industry, the latest Scottish Construction Monitor survey has …

Morris Site Machinery hits the road with lighting tour

Morris Site Machinery is going on tour this summer to bring its lighting roadshow “directly to customers’ doors”. ‘Towers on Tour’ will …

Tillicoultry Quarries goes large with latest loading shovel

TILLICOULTRY Quarries has snapped up its largest ever Volvo loading shovel after opting against models from other manufacturers. The 35-tonne L250H has been …

Volvo CE sees sales rise by over a third due to “increased market demand”

Increased demand in most major markets has seen Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) report an increase in net sales of over a third in the second quarter …

Compact wheeled loader looks pretty in pink

THE world’s first pink Avant 635 compact wheeled loader has been unveiled to help raise money for charity. Hampshire-based equipment dealers BPMS Ltd …

JCB records “robust” financial results for 2016

JCB has reported a 34% rise in earnings for 2016 despite a dip in the global construction equipment market. The manufacturer said it had “defied …

Worsley Plant increases Scottish focus

WORSLEY Plant has announced plans to increase the firm’s focus in Scotland this summer ahead of appearances at both the Turriff Show and Black Isle …

Kubota’s marketing team to the ‘four’

KUBOTA UK has strengthened its UK marketing team with a raft of new appointments. Caroline Brown has joined as marketing executive while Shannon O’Connor, …

Silverstone-bound Loadalls set for life in the fast lane

  A FLEET of JCB Loadalls are poised to play a starring role at this year’s British Grand Prix. Fourteen 531-70 telehandlers will provide four days …

Competitors hail ‘best ever’ JCB Mud Run

A record 3,000 competitors took part in this year’s JCB Mud Run – raising a whopping £70,042 for charity. Now in its sixth year, the event …