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Construction and Covid-19: rolling news update
KHL journalists are reporting on how the Covid-19 outbreak is impacting construction worldwide
US ends investigation into crane imports
The US Department of Commerce terminated the investigation following Manitowoc’s withdrawal of its application and request to stop the investigation
Department of Commerce terminates investigation into mobile crane imports
Following Manitowoc’s withdrawal of its application and request to stop the Article 232 investigation, the U.S. Department of Commerce terminated the investigation.
Concern over VEMAGS permit rules
Changes to permit regulations being introduced in Germany are causing concern among specialized transport operators
Bloomberg economist: Expect more gridlock in US
Despite a new incoming administration, a meaningful stimulus package seems remote
US construction officials call for action on infrastructure
Industry groups express hope for post-election cooperation toward economic revitalisation
President-elect Biden urged to invest in infrastructure
Joe Biden’s economic relief plan could put $2 trillion toward infrastructure
Maxim announces buy-back results
Crane rental giant Maxim Crane Works in the USA has announced results for its tender offer to purchase aggregate pricipal of its secured notes
TNT emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
Reorganisation plan for leading US crane rental company TNT Crane & Rigging completed in just over five weeks
Klubb hosts government export summit
French government ministers launch country’s Covid-19 export recovery plan during visit to Klubb’s factory
Tadano initiates restructuring
Protective Shield Proceedings set in motion by Tadano for its German subsidiaries
SEC settles charges against Manitex, former executives
The Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges stemming from accounting fraud schemes that resulted in mistated financial statements by Manitex International in 2014 and 2016.
SEC settles charges against Manitex and former executives
The Securities and Exchange Commission has settled charges from accounting fraud schemes at Manitex International in 2014 and 2016
Hy-Brid Lifts meets Canadian standards
Manufacturer confirms full range complies with CSA standards, alongside US ANSI version
U.S. House resolves to extend highway funding for one year
No long-term agreement was made but latest proposal extends current surface transportation funding levels
Into high gear: SCRA news June 2020
The Association stays nimble within a complex moment. Mike Chalmers reports
Manitowoc begins AT deliveries to U.S. Army
The Grove GMK4060HC are specifically engineered for military use and have features that make them ready for a variety of terrains and activities
CIS offers WIOA-approved certification class
Crane Industry Services (CIS) now offers an introductory crane, rigging, safety and operator certification class that meets Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) requirements for financial aid
U.S. Supreme Court rules border wall construction can continue
Justices were divided but ultimately decided to allow construction despite ongoing legal challenges
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