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CECE Annual Economic Report 2020

European construction equipment faces Covid-19 crisis from a solid economic position CECE releases Annual Economic Report 2020 and tailor-made video 2019 saw modest market development albeit the expected decline came in 2nd semester In the midst of the Covid-19 crisis, no reliable forecast is possible CECE announces measures against the Covid-19 …

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What Leading Construction Companies are Doing in the Wake of COVID-19

As COVID-19 (coronavirus) brings countless businesses to a grinding halt, the construction industry remains resilient — even in the face of tremendous challenge. Unlike many industries where “working from home” and “drive-thru service” are feasible countermeasures, construction firms have jobsites to run. Chris Hopper, executive vice president and general manager …

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Niklas Nillroth takes over CECE Presidency

Since January 1st, 2020 Niklas Nillroth is the new President of CECE. He succeeds Enrico Prandini of UNACEA & Komatsu. The CECE presidency is a rotating post held for two consecutive years by each of the associations representing their member nations. Niklas Nillroth chairs the Swedish Construction Equipment Association SACE …

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CECE Summit 2019 – 60th anniversary conference in Brussels – “From bricks to bytes” How innovative technologies contribute to a sustainable construction industry

The bi-annual CECE Summit on 16th and 17th October again gathered over 170 attendees of business-leaders, EU decision-makers, partner organisations and journalists to discuss the most relevant challenges of economic, environmental and social sustainability in today’s digital construction industry. In his welcome speech Enrico Prandini, CECE President, focussed on the …

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Agriculture & Construction Equipment: European industries boosting a sustainable future for all

CECE and CEMA represent manufacturing industries producing high-technology equipment used in construction and agriculture respectively. Together, our industries provide jobs to over 600,000 people all over Europe working for, both large multinationals and innovative SMEs. CECE with an annual revenues of ca. EUR40 bn and CEMA with an annual turnover …

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