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1.Clean, Green Glass!

'Extreme' seems to be the only constant as far as temperature is concerned. And in the construction field, temperature swings have deeper implications than choosing the right outfit for the weather: a warmer exterior demands that the cooler interior be intensified and vice versa.


2.An Ideal Construction Solution

Apart from its natural and essential aspect, rolled zinc is remarkable for its durability, excellent recyclability and the moderate amount of energy required to manufacture it.


3.The company has recently been awarded contracts worth over Rs.660 crore

An integral part of the Kalpataru Group, Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd (KPTL) offers end-to-end solutions in the field of power transmission, infrastructure and asset creation.


4.India, EU likely to sign atomic energy deal

India and the European Union are likely to sign an agreement on civil atomic energy which will facilitate the participation of India in the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project in France.


5.Hyster launches new heavy duty forklifts

Hyster Europe has launched a new range of 25-32 tonne heavy duty forklifts and dedicated container handlers for heavy industry and ports.


6.Komatsu-Cummins produce 500,000th engine

The Komatsu-Cummins Engine Company (KCEC) in Japan has recently produced the 500,000th engine from the Oyama joint venture operation.


7.Saving Lives at Site

Construction work by nature entails danger. The complexity of work, mounting pressures to achieve targets and lack of awareness among labour all make it impossible to eliminate accidents during construction. That's why, all around the world, more people die at construction sites than in road accidents. Yet it is possible to minimise accidents with the use of safe equipment and by taking effective steps based on actual experience.


8.Piping Hot!

Did you know that the Indian pipe industry, with a presence across all categories of pipes, is among the top three manufacturing hubs globally, after Japan and Europe? Indeed, Indian companies produce a wide range of metal, cement and PVC pipes that are used in various applications from building construction and industrial applications to transportation of water, oil, gas, chemicals, groundwater tapping, waste disposal and irrigation facilities.


9.Carl Forster appointed Tata Motors’ new group CEO

Carl Peter Forster has been appointed as the group Chief Executive Officer of Tata Motors. He will be responsible for all global operations of the company, including the Jaguar and Land Rover brands.


10.Riding on Plastic

Bengaluru is successfully using plastic waste to lay stronger and smoother roads. And other cities are following suit, as Jayanthi Nararyan discovers.