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GCC concrete firms can't afford to be reactive

GCC concrete firms can't afford to be reactive

Today’s construction market is as challenging as it is interesting for the Middle East’s concrete players. The firms that adopt proactive strategies today are most likely to thrive in the longer term


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Movement in the market: auto OEMs get active

Movement in the market: auto OEMs get active

Exciting times are ahread for the truck industry in the Gulf as OEMs continue to focus on developing their regional networks and product
 
Disruptive decisions: making headway against market inertia

Disruptive decisions: making headway against market inertia

In this age of big ideas it can be easy to overlook the constant innovation by companies in every industry segment, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t underway
 
Week in review: Back-up gensets at Dubai landmarks

Week in review: Back-up gensets at Dubai landmarks

The directive to install back-up power generators at landmark developments in Dubai will comprehensively benefit the emirate's building supply chain
 
Earthy ambitions: the maturing of dirt shovelling

Earthy ambitions: the maturing of dirt shovelling

As the pincer attack of cost and productivity close around the earthmoving segment, we see fleet operators and manufacturers chart the mature course
 

 

Pursuing performance: maturing market perspectives in the Gulf

Pursuing performance: maturing market perspectives in the Gulf

Have motives shifted in PMV procurement in the Gulf, and has the question of price finally ceded to the question of how things perform?
 
Shifting motives: long-term thinking gains ground

Shifting motives: long-term thinking gains ground

Is longer-term thinking slowly but surely gaining ground in the region?
 
Sticky business: the endurance of asphalt work

Sticky business: the endurance of asphalt work

In the context of widespread cutbacks in the regional construction industry, the consistency of the asphalt-laying business bucks the trend
 
AI supply: Logistics could look to AI for big data

AI supply: Logistics could look to AI for big data

Rapid growth in the logistics and supply chain segment is creating opportunities, but at the same time the talent is drying up
 
Tech takeover: the rise of electronics in the Gulf

Tech takeover: the rise of electronics in the Gulf

Is the rising tide of electronics and circuitry finally submerging the Gulf?
 
Rent supreme: Regional dynamics favour rental

Rent supreme: Regional dynamics favour rental

Aerial work platforms appears to be one of a handful of segments where the economic realities and nature of the work have crowned rental king
 



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