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Worthington Announces Closure of Engineered Cabs Location
Worthington Industries, Inc. WOR, +1.15% announced today that it will close its Florence, S.C. Engineered Cabs facility effective September 2015, impacting approximately 310 employees.
Market Watch – 3/26/2015

IronPlanet Names Susan Stillings Chief Marketing Officer
IronPlanet, an online marketplace for buying and selling used heavy equipment and trucks, announced Susan Stillings as the company's new chief marketing officer (CMO) on Mar. 20.
AED News – 3/24/2015

Hirschmann Names Quality Assurance Engineer
Jim Kunkle has joined the Mobile Machine Control Solutions (MCS) division of Hirschmann Automation and Control (PAT) as its senior quality assurance engineer.
Crane & Rigging Hotline – 3/24/2015

Caterpillar upbeat about Chinese market: chair
Caterpillar has expressed confidence in its business in China and said it will continue to adhere to its strategy in the market.
Want China Times – 3/24/2015

MTU Settles With EPA Over Alleged Clean Air Violations
MTU America Inc. (MTU), a subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, has signed a consent decree with the U.S. Dept. of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as a parallel settlement agreement with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) over allegations that it violated the Clean Air Act.
Diesel Progress – 3/24/2015

Atlas Copco rammer earns design award
The LT6005 rammer from Atlas Copco, Commerce City, Colo., received the 2015 International iF Product Design Award from iF International Forum Design GmbH, Hannover, Germany.
Rental Pulse – 3/22/2015

JCB Posts Record Sales in 2014
JCB posted a record year in 2014, the single largest sales year in its history, the company said.
RER – 3/20/2015

Cat Moving Some Joliet Production To Mexico
Caterpillar said it will move two production lines from its Joliet plant to Mexico that will result in the loss of 230 jobs at the Illinois site.
Diesel Progress – 3/20/2015

Terex AWP President Matt Fearon Makes Predictions for the Aerial Market
Optimism is very high in the equipment rental industry right now, as well as in the aerial segment. To get a clear picture of the factors driving that sentiment and to get a glimpse into the near future, we sat down with Matt Fearon, president of Terex Aerial Work Platforms, at The Rental Show in New Orleans.
forconstructionpros.com – 3/20/2015

Deutz revenue increase
German-based engine manufacturer Deutz has confirmed a 5% annual revenue increase to ?1.5 billion for 2014.
Construction Europe – 3/19/2015