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Landscape Ontario packs education into 46th Congress

A prosperous and profitable landscape business’s best asset is a knowledgeable and skilled workforce. That’s why Landscape Ontario has packed its 46th annual Congress trade...

Canada triples deduction for construction equipment purchases

Canada will implement a new incentive for the purchase of construction equipment. The federal government has called for incentivizing capital investments by tripling the first-year...

Deere & Co. VP elected chair of AEM board

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has elected its 2019 officers and directors for the AEM board of directors. John D. Lagemann, a senior vice...

Cat dozers are undergoing a name change

Cat is changing the nomenclature of its dozer lineup. The simplified naming of its machines aims to better align with faster product development cycles and...

Canadian rental revenue to reach $6.3 billion

Equipment rental in Canada is expected to grow by 4.3 per cent this year, reaching $5.4 billion, according to the American Rental Association (ARA). The ARA...

Vögele divides its paving range

Vögele is restructuring its range of road pavers and screeds. The Wirtgen Group plans to divide its range into two lines: the Premium Line and...

Toromont celebrates 25 years as a Caterpillar dealer

Toromont Industries is marking 25 years since it entered the heavy equipment market. Toromont Cat was created in October of 1993, following the acquisition of...

Doosan Infracore to display excavator, tool carrier at World of Concrete

Doosan Infracore North America will display a variety of heavy equipment at the annual World of Concrete in Las Vegas, held Jan. 22 to...

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Frontline Machinery to demo Keestrack hybrid and electric crushers

Frontline Machinery will feature Keestrack’s hybrid and electric crushers at its annual Canadian Demo Day. The event takes place on March 13 at Frontline’s Western...