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  • South Africa's secondary road repairsSouth Africa's Transport Ministry has set out plans for a new road improvement programme. Called S'Hambe Sonke the US$3.04 billion programme will run for three years and tackle improvements to... 24 February 2011
  • Extra cash to fix England's winter potholesCouncils in England will be given more than £100 million (US$161.7 million) of extra funding to spend on repairing potholes, Transport Secretary Philip Hammond has said. 23 February 2011
  • Brazil's flood damageMajor repairs are required to roads and bridges in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro State following the recent spate of flooding. In all 185 bridges and five roads will have to be repaired or rebuilt, with... 10 February 2011
  • Manitou bullish for 2011Telehandler manufacturer Manitou reports strong financial performance in 2010. 09 February 2011
  • Pothole patching problem for UKIn the UK severe winter conditions for the second year in succession have resulted in an increase in the number of pavement surface failures and potholes developing. With local authorities facing... 03 February 2011
  • European road repairs spendA report on road maintenance in 13 European nations highlights Italy as spending the most on its network in 2007. 30 November 2010
  • Award for major construction machine manufacturerThe New Holland Construction plant in Lecce, Italy, has been awarded the international Occupational Health and Safety Management System certification OHSAS 18001 by the prestigious SGS certification... 31 July 2010
  • Companies partner to produce mini excavatorsCaterpillar and Wacker Neuson of Munich, Germany have signed an alliance agreement for the design, manufacture, sale and support of Caterpillar mini hydraulic excavators in the under 3tonne... 31 July 2010
  • Huge repair bill for Britain's potholesFollowing one of the coldest winters in recent memory, Britain's roads have stacked up an estimated £10 billion (€11.5 billion) repair bill just for potholes. These are caused by the freeze/thaw... 31 March 2010
  • Indeco's Multi 1000 makes debutIncreasing the range of its 'non-impact' products, Italian company Indeco has launched the new Multi 1000. Designed to meet the needs of the American market, where large-size equipment is more... 29 May 2009
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