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Morocco plans repairs and further development of roads
Moroccan Ministry for Equipment and Transport has said that its 20-year plan for the country's motorway network will require an investment of US$5.86 billion.
World Highways – 1/29/2015

New port, bridge and toll road links for Indonesia
In Indonesia investment in infrastructure will see the construction of a new bridge and toll roads in Banten Province during 2015.
World Highways – 1/29/2015

Fayat reports strong financial performance
The Fayat Group reports a strong financial performance for 2014. Group turnover reached ?3.5 billion, of which 38% came from the road construction sector including the BOMAG and Marini business segments.
World Highways – 1/28/2015

Komatsu profit up 5.5% in 3Q thanks to strong construction equipment sales in North America
Helped by a weakening of the yen against the U.S. dollar as well as increased equipment sales in the Americas and Europe, Komatsu posted gains in both profit and sales during its fiscal third quarter.
Equipment World – 1/28/2015

Neff Corp. Announces Opening of New Branch in Baltimore
Neff Corp. announced it has recently opened a new branch in northeast Baltimore to better serve customers in the region and meet the growing need for equipment rental.
forconstructionpros.com – 1/28/2015

JLG Sales Increased in Q1 2015, But Oshkosh Experiences Overall Drop
Oshkosh Corporation reported its fiscal 2015 first quarter net income of $34.7 million compared to $54.9 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2014.
Lift & Access – 1/28/2015

SC transportation panel sees it a bit differently than state governor
Last week, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley put forth a set of proposals aimed at addressing the state's widespread roads and bridges deterioration in light of concomitant funding limitations.
Roads & Bridges – 1/28/2015

DOT chief: Small highway fixes 'killing our will to build'
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx called Wednesday for lawmakers to pass a multi-year infrastructure funding bill, saying the cycle of temporary extensions is killing states' willingness for road and transit projects.
The Hill – 1/28/2015

Caterpillar hurt by lower oil prices
Construction and mining equipment maker Caterpillar said lower oil prices hurt its fourth-quarter sales and profit - and predicted the pressure will continue through 2015.
USA Today – 1/27/2015

JLG Appoints Jeff Ford Director of Global Strategy, Business Development
JLG Industries Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company and a global leading manufacturer of aerial work platforms and telescopic material handlers, has reorganized its aerial work platform (AWP) product marketing team.
Construction Equipment Guide – 1/27/2015