Construction Group

Contractors Hot Line

Since 1966, Contractors Hot Line has been a trusted source to connect active buyers and sellers of both new and used equipment, parts, and services. Time is of the essence, and Contractors Hot Line is a weekly publication that has a database of more than 120,000 readers through its print & digital publications, and electronic newsletter. In today’s electronic age, it is important for information to reach readers faster than ever.

Each week, more than 89,000 qualified subscribers receive Contractors Hot Line. They rely on the Auction Sales, General Equipment, and Marketplace sections to fulfill their equipment purchasing needs. In 2015, Contractors Hot Line will also be distributed at more than 40 trade shows, exhibitions, and industry events to reach thousands more readers.

Parts Connection

Need to locate parts fast? Parts Connection is the construction industry’s premier resource for locating new and used parts and services in North America. Since 1992, the monthly Parts Connection has been a reliable source for buying and selling new, used, and refurbished parts for all types of construction equipment. Each issue, Parts Connection’s print copies reach 33,000 industry contacts and over 48,000 digital subscribers read our online edition. Thousands more pick up copies at major trade shows and auctions throughout the year.

A key reason Parts Connection’s readers depend on this publication is the Quick Reference Directory included in each edition. Within this comprehensive directory, contractors, dealers, and end users can quickly locate contact information and the location of participating industry manufacturers and suppliers. And, because the issue is printed as a digest, the Parts Connection’s compact size allows it to be easily saved and carried from project to project.

Attachment Connection

Attachment Connection has been redesigned into a directory dedicated to attachments for construction equipment. The directory provides information for buyers, sellers, and equipment owners who require the use of attachments to increase the versatility of their machinery fleets and expand their service offerings. Editorial content focuses on a broad range of market sectors, including concrete, landscaping, lifting, utility, general and heavy construction, and more, to give readers the most comprehensive look at attachments and complementary accessories.

Construction Equipment Guide

The Hot Line® Construction Equipment Guide, your source for all types of heavy construction equipment from over two hundred manufacturers will again be available in print and online to subscribers. With over twenty years of research this Guide is the most comprehensive single volume pricing tool for the construction industry.

Available to Contractors, Dealers, Insurance, Retail, Auction Companies and Lending Institutions this guide provides hard-to-find pricing, serial number identification and specifications for heavy construction machinery. The Guide provides advertisers an economical source to market products and services to qualified readers worldwide.


The MyEquipAuctions.com digital publication is designed to locate construction and industrial auctions on a regional or national basis. Each issue features a wide array of equipment being sold by some of today's leading auctioneers across the country. Each issue of MyEquipAuctions.com is sectioned for quick access to a variety of geographic locations. In addition, the issue is searchable allowing readers to not only locate equipment by region but offers the ability to search by equipment type as well.


TruckerZine is your monthly digital newsletter and publication featuring the latest inventory of trucks, trailers, accessories, truck parts, upcoming auctions and services for anyone involved in the transportation industry.

TruckerZine is emailed to over 17,000 qualified buyers and sellers of light to heavy-duty trucks, trailers & equipment in the transportation industry.

Crane & Lift Group

Crane & Rigging Hot Line

Since 1997, Crane & Rigging Hot Line has been the leading national marketplace for the crane industry. The magazine is read by more than 25,000 contractors, dealers and rental companies monthly, with a total circulation rotating to nearly 80,000 readers annually. Crane & Rigging Hot Line is second to none as an outlet to buy and sell cranes, attachments, parts and crane services. Re-launched in January 2006 with a new look and expanded editorial only works to increase the value of the magazine to our readers thereby enhancing your company’s exposure in it.

Lift and Access

Since its official launch in November 2004, Lift and Access magazine is the lifting equipment industry's exclusive resource for in-depth information on product trends, equipment technology, and up-to-date industry news. Reaching 20,000 readers in the North American construction and rental markets, Lift and Access educates and informs its diversified readership on the many aspects of owning and using lifting equipment. Combined with its twice-monthly electronic counterpart, Lift and Access 360 eMagazine, Lift and Access reaches more than 25,000 crane, aerial lift, and rough-terrain forklift owners and end-users in North America.

Telecom & Utility Fleet

Whether it’s training, new products, or the latest industry trends,Telecom & Utility Construction provides vital information to site owners, project managers, contractors, equipment rental
fleets, and equipment maintenance managers responsible for constructing and maintaining North America’s overhead electrical and telecommunication infrastructures. Published twice a year, TUC delivers important information about new technology, equipment applications, safety, legislation, effective fleet management, upcoming projects, and more in order to help telecom and utility professionals stay up to date. It is also a handy reference that helps fleet managers find the key suppliers of equipment, services, and products they need to keep their operations running effectively, efficiently, and economically.

Components & Consumables

For successful equipment and facility managers to maintain their fleets, they depend on strong partnerships with industry suppliers who provide components and consumable products. These goods simplify maintenance, maximize reliability, extend working life, and help equipment deliver peak performance year after year. To help you stay on top of your game, the Components & Consumables supplement is a manufacturers' directory that provides reference information from hundreds of suppliers on the products they offer and where to find them. This guide can be relied upon all year to help you contact the experts and keep your fleet effective and efficient.

MCM Events Group

LLEAP Awards

The objective of the Leadership in Lifting Equipment and Aerial Platforms (LLEAP) Awards is to recognize products, accessories, or design concepts that are considered innovative and/or have advanced the state of the lifting equipment and access industry. Information on the 2015 Awards program will be announced shortly.

Top Trainer Awards

Since 2008 Crane & Rigging Hot Line has been recognizing the industry’s best trainers. Endorsed by the Association of Crane & Rigging Professionals, the program is open to any trainer conducting crane or rigging training.

Trainers are recognized for:
• Having a positive impact on students, the work environment or the industry.
• Using innovative training techniques or hands-on instruction.
• Encouraging peer or corporate accountability.
• Demonstrating quantitative or anecdotal evidence that the training was successful.

Scholarships are awarded in two categories:
• Professional trainers are those whose primary employer is a training company.
• Corporate trainers are those whose primary employer is a construction company, crane rental company, or some other industry-related business.

Information on how to make a nomination and how to sponsor the awards program will be made available soon.

Risk Management Webinar Series

Developed by Houston International Insurance Group and Crane & Rigging Hot Line, the Risk Management Webinar Series provides a range of topics that help crane owners and users prepare for foreseen risks, estimate their impact, and define responses to these issues. Additionally, this webinar series helps listeners establish a plan and a risk strategy that includes avoiding, controlling and mitigating, accepting, and transferring risk.

Check back for a schedule of upcoming events.

Crane & Rigging Conference Canada

2015 Dates To Be Announced

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