Construction Lubricants Markets: Hydraulic Fluid, Engine Oil, Compressor Oil, Gear Oil – Global Forecasts to 2026 –

Ahmad Fahmi

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Construction Lubricants Market by Base Oil (Synthetic Oil, Mineral Oil), Type (Hydraulic Fluid, Engine Oil, Compressor Oil, Gear Oil), Equipment Type (Earthmoving, Material Handling, Heavy Construction Vehicle) – Global Forecasts to 2026” report has been added to’s offering.

The construction lubricants market is estimated to grow to USD 6.5 billion by 2026 from USD 5.6 billion in 2021, at a CAGR of 3.0%

. The construction lubricants market is driven mainly by growing demand for construction industry. However, strict government regulations is expected to restrain the market growth.

There has been massive industrial growth in

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Scoop: Amazon quietly building live audio business

Ahmad Fahmi

Amazon is investing heavily in a new live audio feature that’s similar to other live audio offerings like Clubhouse, Twitter Spaces and Spotify’s new live audio platform, sources tell Axios.

Why it matters: As with Amazon’s efforts in podcasting and music subscriptions, the company sees live audio as a way to bolster the types of content it can offer through its voice assistant, Alexa, and its smart speaker products.

Details: The effort, which is being led by Amazon’s Music division, includes paying podcast networks, musicians and celebrities to use the feature for live conversations, shows and events.

  • The idea is
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SWFL couple at odds with construction company

Ahmad Fahmi

LEHIGH ACRES, FLA — The McClendon family says they were hoping to find more space, in a newly built home on a Lehigh Acres lot.

“We had another child, our other boys are older. So we needed more space,” said Mrs. McClendon.

With visions of a dream home in mind, they signed on with construction giant Maronda homes in January.

“We signed a contract and we were told it could take 3-4 months for permitting after we signed the contract,” she said.

But what the couple says they didn’t fully understand at the time, was that they’d have to sign

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Former Long Island Construction Business Owner Sentenced to Prison for Employment Tax Fraud | OPA

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A Long Island, New York, business owner in the construction industry was sentenced to one year and one day in prison yesterday for employment tax fraud.

According to court documents and statements made in court, Edward Hansen owned and operated a steel erection businesses in Suffolk County. From 2008 to 2011, the IRS assessed more than $480,000 in penalties against Hansen for his failure to pay over employment taxes on behalf of several of these businesses. In the spring of 2011, after receiving another notification from IRS that he was liable for payroll taxes, Hansen closed County Steel Inc. and

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Contractor fined for failure to pull permits, complete work

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WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – A Sedgwick County construction contractor faces a near-$37,000 fie for not being properly licensed, failing to pull permits and failing to complete work on a pool removal and installation job.

The Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office said a $36,997 default judgment was entered against David Michael Pirl, doing business as Pirl Construction. Sedgwick County DA Marc Bennett said Pirl “also failed to provide the consumer a three-day right to cancel transaction and failed to provide a requested refund once he quit the job, leaving a hole in the consumer’s backyard.”

“The Court found those failures to

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Sixth Avenue businesses open during downtown construction

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TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Tucson’s lengthy ‘Downtown Links’ construction project is making progress, but it’s also closing more streets.

In addition to repaving those streets, crews are building a new, large underground drainage system beneath some streets as part of the third phase of the ‘Downtown Links’ project.

Sixth Avenue is now closed at Seventh Street, through the underpass to Toole Avenue. The city’s Department of Transportation and Mobility says that closure is expected to last until March 2022.

Business owners on Sixth Avenue are now hoping the closure doesn’t shut out potential customers.

As the new signs and barriers

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