Invisible beer, freebies, huge crowds and miniatures by Liebherr, having a good bucket etc. See more pictures from the Munich showground.
A bit of oompah, Little & Large, 50 years of skid steer manufacturing, Volvo boss goes electric and other bits and bobs as the world's plant industry gets into full swing in Munich.
Advance Construction Scotland has taken its Volvo excavator fleet to more than 120 and there are more to come. Elsewhere, a a hirer is showing Tough love for the brand.
Balgownie, the Aberdeenshire multi-franchise dealer, is to lead the sales drive in Scotland for Mecalac excavators. There are tracked and wheeled versions and demo machines are already out with customers.
Doosan is launching Stage V versions of its 6- and 8-tonne excavators. It says space in the operator cabs on the three excavators is comparable to that in much larger medium- and heavy-duty machines.
Liebherr launches a new work of art, Komatsu reaches higher, Volvo is looking for something special and Kinshofer buys again. It's all in the latest Equipment update.
A construction machinery specialist and an infrastructure company have joined forces to improve safety for road workers. A cordon of light around equipment indicates where workers and vehicles should not go.
Terex is selling its Demag mobile cranes business to Japanese manufacturer Tadano for $215m (£164.6m). The deal includes manufacturing facilities in Germany and multiple sales and service locations.
A north-east groundworks and paving firm has added a mix of Doosan and Bobcat excavators to support a growing workload. A&A Elphinstone said the new additions will be used across its range of activities.