Off-Highway Research managing director Chris Sleight speaks to Mike Hayes, the editor of Construction Europe, in this in-depth interview on the impacts of Brexit on the UK construction equipment industry. More details on the issues arising form Brexit are available in Off-Highway Research's new special report on the subject.
Revenues for the world’s 100 largest rental companies have more than doubled in the last 10 years. They totalled €53 billion 2019 and are forecast to reach €75 billion by 2024, according to a unique new joint report from Off-Highway Research and International Rental News magazine.
Presenters will include Carl-Gustaf Göransson, the former president of CNH Industrial’s construction equipment business and Yelena Shulyatyeva, senior US economist for Bloomberg Economics. Registration for the webinar is FREE.
Far-reaching implications for trade flows, customs formalities, demand, technical requirements and product labeling among other areas.
Revised forecasts in our Chinese, Indian, International and Global Volume & Value databases are accompanied by new editions of our Global Market Review and Covid-19 Update
Subscribers to Off-Highway Research’s Chinese, European and Indian Services can now download our latest Market Reports, Equipment Analyses and Company Profiles and there is a new Global Market Review and Covid-19 update available to ALL clients.
State investment designed to combat the economic impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic in China will see equipment sales rise 14 per cent this year. However, sales of excavators across all types and classes will rise 21 per cent.
Demand for cranes in Germany has risen to a good level and should continue to increase once the disruption of Covid-19 passes. The country also remains the preeminent global producer of all-terrain cranes.
The Indian mobile crane industry is dominated by local pick & carry machines, although there is a discernible shift towards ‘New Generation’ designs. There is also an opportunity for more conventional cranes in the country.
November’s online event will follow in the footsteps of previous in-person briefings. It will provide updated forecasts and discussion of the impacts of Covid-19