The European construction equipment market was one of the worst affected by the Covid pandemic in 2020 and there will be only modest growth this year. However, the volume of equipment sold in Europe remains at a healthy level.
Sales of construction equipment in China grew 30 per cent last year to take the market to levels not seen since the last stimulus-driven boom of 2010-2011. Further modest growth in 2021 is forecast to take demand over the 500,000 unit mark for the first time.
Construction equipment sales in India last year did not fall as far as had been feared at the start of the pandemic. The drop was only 12 per cent, and robust growth is forecast to take the market to a record high in 2023.
Although a niche product, new applications are driving high growth rates and new levels of acceptance for the mini excavator in India.
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The webinar will explore how abrasion resistant steel can be used by OEMs as they develop more sustainable and long-lasting construction equipment.
Conexpo-Con/Agg 365 is a joint venture between KHL and the AEM. It will provide users and buyers of construction equipment with industry updates and in-depth features focusing on news, equipment, construction technology and equipment management.
American Cranes & Transport magazine has published n interview with Off-highway Research's Chris Sleight on market prospects in 2021.
A definitive view of the world’s construction equipment markets in 2020 and new forecasts for 2021-2025 will be presented in the 30th March Off-Highway Global Briefing. As well as these timely insights, the registration fee includes an exclusive post-event report, and a discount is available to Off-Highway Research clients.
The market for dump trucks in Germany reached a remarkable peak in 2019 before falling sharply last year. Sales are expected to show some improvement in 2021, with demand stabilising over the long term at around 300 rigid and articulated machines per year.