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Belwind - Major wind farm makes progress. Dutch contractors, Van Oord, overcome challenges of working on the world deepest, furthest offshore wind farm.

Metso- Brazil New Alcoa Bauxite mine at Juruti in Brazil selects single supplier of equipment and support services to minimise risk and maximise productivity.

Germany - Harsco - Challenging formwork requirements at German product facility with attention to quality finish and alignment of joints.

 

Crusher buckets win world recognition - MB SpA

 

Merlo readily embraces new technology

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CONTENTS

 

8 BELGIUM
Major wind farm makes progress. Dutch contractors, Van Oord, overcome challenges of working on the world deepest, furthest offshore wind farm.

 

 

 

10 BRAZIL
New Alcoa Bauxite mine at Juruti in Brazil selects single supplier of equipment and support services to minimise risk and maximise productivity.

 

 

12 GERMANY
Challenging formwork requirements at German product facility with attention to quality finish and alignment of joints.

 


FEATURES

14 Crusher buckets win world recognition
More contractors are beginning to recognise the benefits
that crusher buckets can bring to many construction sites.

16 “Build Business Confidence”
Speakers at the annual CEA Conference explain the need to
rebuild business confidence as being integral to the recovery from the economic situation.

19 Manufacturers evaluate technology for improving efficiency
Roger Lindley looks at the way in which some companies
are evaluating what technology is suitable for the next generation machines.

21 Merlo readily embraces new technology
Roger Lindley reports from Merlo facilities in Italy on how the company
is increasing markets by innovative engineering and use of technology.

 

 

Technology at Work - Bauma 2010

24 Sandvik to show innovations made possible by group synergies

26 Technology is changing the way the construction industry works

28 Engines, Components and Technology

 
 

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