Gulf Construction was on hand as Daimler Trucks showcased new innovations at a trade fair in Hanover, while Mercedes-Benz’s heavy-duty trucks took to the track in southwest Germany.

Iveco is focusing on a steady growth plan for the region, which involves boosting its alliances, introducing new region-specific models and providing comprehensive support to its customers. “Fundamental to our expansion are three main pillars of support for customers: premises, processes and people.

Having made its Middle East construction vehicles debut in late 2014, Ford Trucks is now taking on its more established rivals in a highly competitive sector.  It may have a long-standing motor vehicles heritage in the Middle East, but Ford Trucks finds itself as one of the newest market entrants in the regional construction vehicles market.

Bobcat has over the last four years introduced a new generation of telehandlers designed for applications in the construction, rental and recycling industries. The company has also launched a new standard three-year warranty for the complete range of rigid telehandlers manufactured at its plant at Pontchâteau in Loire Atlantique, France.