Red Rhino keeps up the charge…

Red Rhino acquired by Winfield Engineering. Regular readers or the Demolition News blog will know that compact crusher manufacturer Red Rhino recently hit choppy water leading to the company being brought back from the brink of insolvency by Bryan Eccles At that time, Eccles stated that he was seeking a larger company to acquire Red…Read moreRead more

JCB job losses: supplemental…

Following on from the earlier post, here is the latest update on the latest JCB job losses: JCB GMB Works Convenor Gordon Richardson said: “The GMB at JCB UK are unfortunately informing their membership of a further wave of redundancies announced by the company today. Projected orders for the beginning of the year have not…Read moreRead more

Job losses continue at JCB…

JCB today announced a further 684 redundancies in the UK primarily as a result of the lack of credit available from banks to fund machine purchases and continuing low confidence. Production in the UK in the first three months of 2009 will be around 75 per cent lower than at the same time last year…Read moreRead more

A spiky problem…

Standing beside the City of Manchester Satdium at 58 metres in height and leaning at a more acute angle than the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the B of the Bang sculpture was commissioned at a cost of almost £1.5 million to mark the 2002 Commonwealth Games and beginning takes its name from a quotation from…Read moreRead more

EDA Conference in Istanbul…

The European Demolition Association (EDA) has released a provisional programme for its autumn conference to be held in Istanbul on 6th-8th November 2008. The venue will be the 5 star Ceylan Intercontinental Hotel, located in the heart of Istanbul (Taksim) with views to the Bosphorus and the old city, and the event will follow the…Read moreRead more