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The 21 t SANY SY210C-9 excavator from Goscor Earth Moving (GEM), part of the Goscor Group, offers the highest level of efficiency and productivity demanded by arduous applications such as mining.

Goscor Cleaning Equipment (GCE) and Bobcat Equipment South Africa, both part of the Goscor Group, were proud sponsors and partners to Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa’s (WESSA’s) Big Treasure Beach Clean-Up in KwaZulu-Natal from 5 to 8 June. The event coincided with the UN World Environment Day and World Ocean Day.

With the mobile KMA 220 mobile cold recycling mixing plant from Wirtgen, road construction materials can be recycled or upgraded in just about any location. This avoids countless transport trips and is also sustainable and environmentally friendly. And finally, it is extremely economical – as became clear from a job at Cologne/Bonn airport at the end of 2017. There the plant, located immediately next to the job site, produced around 11 000 t of materials for a hydraulically bound base layer, using materials reclaimed locally, water and cement in the mix-in-plant process.

Extending its total lifting solution for customers, Johnson Crane Hire now offers an extensive fleet of access platforms and telescopic handlers from its branch network around South Africa. According to Steve Robson of Johnson Crane Hire’s business development executive, the new units were put in place last year after the company concluded its supply agreement with a leading international OEM.

After many years using the Linden Comansa brand name, the tower crane manufacturer has decided to focus its efforts on a single overall brand, to be used throughout the group, by returning to its original name: COMANSA. This change will be implemented gradually right across the product range and at the company's facilities in Spain (headquarters), the United States and China.

The FIFA World Cup is in full swing in Russia. Elsewhere, in countries including Hungary, preparations are being made for the UEFA Euro 2020 games. Due for completion in 2019, the new national stadium is under construction in the Hungarian capital. With the capacity to seat just over 67 000 spectators and with a footprint of 210 000 m², the rebuilt of Puskás Ferenc Stadium is slated for three group-stage games and one of the round of 16 games in the Euro 2020 knock-out phase.  Doka supplied Climbing formwork MF240 in combination with Large-area formwork Top 50 for construction of the stadium's pylons.

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