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1.Liebherr plans to exhibit at Bauma China 2014

Liebherr Group will be displaying their latest technologies and developments at the Bauma China 2014 expo. The event that will take place from November 25-28, 2014 in China, will witness the Liebherr Group exhibiting its construction equipment along with its in-house developed components.

2.ACI ventures into construction equipment sector

ACI Motors plans expansion by venturing into the construction equipment sector. A unit of business conglomerate Advanced Chemical Industries, the company will market and distribute construction equipment of US-based Case Construction Equipment India in Bangladesh.

3.Heading the Development

RAMESH TIPIRNENI puts product development on the forefront in anticipation of the upturn ahead. caterpillar has been active in India since the 1930´s. We connect with over 10,000 people for work, including our employees, dealers and suppliers.

4.Komatsu plant produces wheel loaders

Komatsu America Corporation has begun shipping wheel loaders manufactured at its Newberry Manufacturing Operation (NMO) in Newberry, South Carolina. Production of Komatsu wheel loaders commenced at NMO late in 2009.

5.Truly global

His entrepreneurial vision has truly set a higher benchmark for the Made in India brand.

6.LiuGong to launch CLG818C BSIII

LiuGong will soon launch the CLG818C BSIII wheel loader in India. The CLG818C BSIII is equipped with Kirloskar 4R1040TC engine with rated power of 56 kW.

7.Terex completes Atlas divestment

Terex Corporation has completed the divestment of the Terex Atlas heavy construction equipment and knuckle-boom crane manufacturing operations located in Germany to Atlas Maschinen GmbH.

8.Volvo unveils Tier 4 interim machines

Volvo has unveiled the latest loaders, excavators and articulated dump trucks (ADTs), all of which feature low emission Tier 4 interim/stage IIIB diesel engines.

9.The New Mate

The Timken Company recently launched the MileMate matched wheel-bearing sets for the heavy truck industry.

10.Next railways budget may not feature new projects

Burdened with Rs 2.5 lakh crore of projects stuck due to paucity of funds and other reasons, the Indian Railways plans to give itself a 'plan holiday' in announcing new projects in 2012-13.