Construction Machinery Middle East launches dedicated website


The digital platform focuses on several sectors including construction, power, cranes, access, handling, and equipment rental

Construction Machinery Middle East (CMME) has launched a website dedicated to regional and international machinery news, CPI Trade Media has announced.

The new platform – https://constructionmachinerymenews.com/ – focuses on various sectors including construction, power, cranes, transport, access, handling, equipment rental, operator and site safety and much more. The launch complements the brand’s existing offerings which includes a monthly publication that is available in print and digital formats. The magazine also maintains an active social media presence on LinkedIn.

The latest addition to the brand’s portfolio follows CMME’s inaugural Construction Machinery Middle East Awards event, which was held in May this year. The event is scheduled to return in 2023 and will be announced on the CMME website in due course.

Construction Machinery Middle East also recently celebrated ten years of covering the construction machinery sector in the region and marked the milestone with a dedicated issue.

“People in the region and beyond have been looking for a machinery-specific website with the latest news and analysis for quite some time now. We are proud to launch this platform which allows us to offer our readers even more value through added video content, daily news and insights,” said CMME Editor Mark Dowdall.

He added, “Combined with our traditional magazine, in-person conferences and annual awards events, our new website further strengthens our standing and credibility in the industry. We are excited to expand our news reach and continue giving a voice to those working across the board in construction machinery through our multiple platforms and digital formats.”

CMME will host the next edition of its successful Access & Handling Summit on 16 November at the Radisson Red hotel in Dubai. Registration is complementary for industry professionals.

 





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