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Ritchie Bros. conducted its first Edmonton auction of the year this week, selling more than 5,000 equipment items and trucks over three days for over $69 million, up 15 per cent year over year.
Terex Corporation has announced that it has agreed to sell its Demag Mobile Cranes business to Tadano Ltd. for an enterprise value of approximately $215 million. 
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Statistics released by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) show national home sales in January 2019 were up from the previous month but remained below levels recorded one year ago.
Manitoba Infrastructure (MI) has agreed to establish with the heavy construction industry a joint MHCA/MI specification steering committee.
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) strongly opposes the Petitions for the imposition of antidumping and countervailing duties on certain fabricated structural steel from Canada, filed by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) on Feb. 4, 2019.
As storage levels draw down and the value of Alberta’s oil increases, the province is increasing the limit on oil production.
It’s steady – but not necessarily smooth – sailing for Canada’s roadbuilding and aggregate sectors in 2019.
Hackers have been in existence almost as long as computers. Some of them are, in fact, quite harmless. People looking to test their skills against the strongest security systems strictly for the intellectual challenge - many of these bright minds are hired by governments and private companies to test their own systems against those who look to do harm.
More than 1,500 professionals from sectors ranging from aggregates production and hauling to road and bridge building, general construction, surveying and many more, flocked to the Trimble Dimensions 2018 International User Conference in Las Vegas this past November to check out Trimble’s latest technologies for optimizing efficiencies on jobsites around the world.
Canadian manufacturers are optimistic about their prospects in 2019, but significantly less confident than last year as concern mounts that Trump administration policies and other disruptive factors will affect their businesses, according to a new survey of senior manufacturing executives.
A majority of Canadians (64 per cent) remain supportive of public-private partnerships (P3s) to build much-needed infrastructure, suggests a new Nanos Research survey.
Five manufacturing trends to watch in 2019, courtesy of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM):
Telsmith, Inc., a leading manufacturer of mineral processing equipment has named regional sales manager Jerry Sammons its 2018 Salesperson of the Year.
Total investment in building construction decreased 2.0% from October to $13.7 billion in November.

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