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Bakr Bin Laden relinquishes major duties at SBG Incumbent president, Bakr Bin Laden has stated his intention to relinquish a number of key responsibilities at Saudi BinLadin Group (SBG).

Bakr Bin Laden relinquishes major duties at SBG

Bakr Bin Laden, incumbent president at Saudi BinLadin Group (SBG), has relinquished a number of his major responsibilities


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Japan auto-makers commit $50m to hydrogen stations

Japan auto-makers commit $50m to hydrogen stations

Toyota, Nissan and Honda link arms to deliver vital funding to Japan’s dream for a hydrogen society
 
Balkrishna Industries debuts giant OHT tyre range

Balkrishna Industries debuts giant OHT tyre range

Indian OEM of speciality tyres expands its OHT range up to the 27.00R49 size for mining and heavy jobs
 
Juma Al Majid plans Yokohama tyre Sharjah showroom

Juma Al Majid plans Yokohama tyre Sharjah showroom

UAE group announces first of seven outlets for Japanese product present in the country for over 50 years
 
Al Jaber uses twin-boom Terex for Qatar lifts

Al Jaber uses twin-boom Terex for Qatar lifts

The firm deployed its Terex CC 8800-1 TWIN for two super-heavy lifts at a Qatari petrochemical development
 

 

MiX Telematics pushes fleet management services

MiX Telematics pushes fleet management services

The fleet management service provider has urged commercial vehicle owners to better study and adopt fleet management services in order to enhance operational efficiency
 
Volvo opens wheel loader G-Series for Middle East

Volvo opens wheel loader G-Series for Middle East

The new wheel loader G-Series has been created for use in emerging markets requiring low-specification machines, and offers the same benefits as Volvo CE's F-Series, company officials told Construction Week
 
Volvo CE: 'China set for move towards excavators'

Volvo CE: 'China set for move towards excavators'

The Chinese construction market, which has traditionally favoured wheel loaders over excavators, is likely to shift in the opposite direction, according to a Volvo CE official
 
Iran to build own hybrid cars within three years

Iran to build own hybrid cars within three years

Iran Khodro signs deal with two universities to have hybrid cars roll off the production line by 2018
 
Daimler appoints new Middle East president and CEO

Daimler appoints new Middle East president and CEO

The German automaker has appointed Belgian national, Mark De Haes to head operations for the 13 countries in its Middle East and Levant region
 
Australian inventor creates robot bricklayer

Australian inventor creates robot bricklayer

‘Hadrian’, the world’s first robotic brickie, can build the brick shell of a house within just two days
 
Daimler buys into telematics firm Zonar Systems

Daimler buys into telematics firm Zonar Systems

OEM makes move, investing in its collaborative partner of five years to improve its tech standing
 
22 Skyjack scissor lifts assist with Baku stadium

22 Skyjack scissor lifts assist with Baku stadium

SJIII 4632s DC electric scissor lifts prove indispensable in carrying out aerial works on tricky site
 
Renault-Nissan sells 250,000th electric vehicle

Renault-Nissan sells 250,000th electric vehicle

Renault-Nissan Alliance has sold a quarter of a million electric vehicles globally, with May 2015 sales up 15% on last year
 
World Cup woes wouldn't stall Volvo's Qatar growth

World Cup woes wouldn't stall Volvo's Qatar growth

Volvo Construction Equipment’s EMEA sales president expects the manufacturer’s growth to continue in Qatar, despite ongoing uncertainty over the 2022 FIFA World Cup
 
Chinese firms sue Liebherr in truck design dispute

Chinese firms sue Liebherr in truck design dispute

The trio of companies sued by Liebherr for $40m for stealing truck designs, have hit back with a retaliatory lawsuit
 









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