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1.Rheinbrücke Opens Development Centre

Europe-based RheinBrucke IT Consulting has announced the launch of its India Development Centre (IDC) in Chennai.


2.Volvo CE launches mobile app for used equipment

Offering instant access to the Volvo used equipment on the iPhone or iPad, Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has launched a mobile app that is available in 25 languages.


3.CNH Industrial invests in enhancing manufacturing footprint for CASE brand

The Company's most recent investment in CASE Construction Equipment's European production sites further realises its strategy to position the brand as a global full liner for construction equipment.


4.Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune may attract highest investment in office assets this year

With real estate investment volume in Asia Pacific expected to hit US$ 611 billion in 2017, India is projected to be one of the best placed among emerging markets according to Cushman & Wakefield’s The Atlas Summary 2017, which analyses and predicts future trends in real estate investment activities across the world


5.Here are five ways SDLG motor graders can smooth the way for the Belt and Road Initiative!

Extensive transport infrastructure is being built under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), with one Chinese firm alone responsible for 10,320 km of new roads. With many more road projects in the pipeline, we present five benefits that SDLG motor graders can bring to these jobs.


6.Gurgaon dominates office leasing activity in Delhi-NCR in Q3 2017

CBRE South Asia has announced the findings of its latest India Office MarketView Report – Q3, 2017. While Gurgaon dominated leasing activity during the review period, Noida recorded a quarterly increase in absorption.


7.Delhi world’s 7th most expensive premium office location, Mumbai 16th

Delhi figures among the world’s top-10 most expensive locations for premium office rents, according to JLL’s latest report, and Mumbai in the top-20. The findings reveal that the most expensive premium office rent in the world is in Hong Kong, followed by London, New York, Beijing, Tokyo, Shanghai, Delhi, San Francisco and London.