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Construction Equipment


Construction Equipment

Construction Equipment
Type business magazine
Format Paper and online magazine
Owner(s) SGC Horizon, LLC.
Editor Rod Sutton, Frank Raczon, Walt Moore
Founded 1949
Language English
ISSN 0192-3978
Website Construction Equipment

Construction Equipment is a trade publication and web site serving the information needs of construction contractors, materials producers, and other owners and operators of construction equipment.

Established in 1949, Construction Equipment is published monthly. Each issue typically includes Product Evaluations and Buying File as new products are introduced into the market. In addition, the magazine coveres fleet-management topics, including the monthly column Equipment Executive.

Every December, Construction Equipment ranks new products introduced that year in a feature called "Top 100 New Products.

As of June 2013, total BPA circulation was 76,030 subscribers.

In 2010, former owner Reed Business Information sold the magazine to MB Media. MB Media was acquired by Scranton Gillette Communications forming a sister company called SGC Horizon, LLC.


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