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Cummins-led hydrogen engine project lands £14.6 million grant
Company says project will “significantly accelerate the pace of hydrogen engine development.”
ARA raises outlook for equipment rental
Outlook calls for hefty growth in 2022 as 2021 revenue exceeds expectations
Deutz to open Power Center in Las Vegas
Eighth Deutz Power Center to serve customers in Western US
Zeppelin to rep Cat equipment at bauma 2022
Caterpillar’s industrial engine business will maintain its own corporate presence
Leadership changes at Parker Hannifin
Banks named vice chairman, Parmentier, Bracht promoted
New Power Progress Yearbook showcases suppliers for electrification
The 2nd New Power Progress Yearbook, providing a snapshot of May 2020 to May 2021, is the annual reference of choice
Hydrogen engine boost for Deutz as earnings jump
Company says its hydrogen engine has reached “market maturity”
GAP confirms rental fleet is HVO compatible
UK company completes two-year trial of diesel alternative fuel for construction plant and machinery
AEM’s Dennis Slater retiring, Megan Tanel to succeed as president
Changes to become effective at the end of the year
2022 to match 2019, says Rolls-Royce Power Systems
Company seeing increasing demand across its power generation and marine businesses
Parker Hannifin sees record sales, income
Company predicts sales growth of approximately 5% to 9% in 2022 
John Deere acquires autonomous technology startup Bear Flag Robotics
John Deere said Bear Flag’s work complements its own technology initiatives and goals to help farmers ...
Daimler, Cummins finalize medium-duty engine deal
Follow-up to MOU signed earlier will see Cummins building Euro 7 engines in Mannheim plant
Distributed power supplies key to Rolls’ earnings
Company expects return to pre-pandemic earnings in 2022
Engine heavyweights form new development company
Japanese trio’s venture to develop hydrogen-fuelled marine engines
Rolls-Royce agrees to sell Bergen Engines
UK engineering group to take over
Cummins unveils large rise in quarter two revenues.
Company also outlines plans for its Filtration business with possibility of making it a stand-alone company
Interview: Manitou Group committed to carbon reduction
Manitou CEO Michel Denis discusses green targets, as part of major new CSR project 
Danfoss finalizes Eaton hydraulics deal
Move will see the Danfoss Group grow in size by a third
Daimler OKs truck spin-off, e-manufacturing sites
Truck business to become an independent company, German plants solidify electrification portfolios
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