An unexpectedly robust recovery in European equipment sales last year has taken to volumes not seen since the boom of the mid-2000s.
Full data for 2021 and updated forecasts are now available to subscribers to the Chinese Database Service
Full data for 2021 and updated forecasts are now available to subscribers to the Indian Database Service
Competition from manual labour and alternatives such as backhoe loaders limit the appeal of this equipment type
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Recruitment specialist and sister company to Off-Highway Research has appointed Rob Miner as VP North America. He will launch Lawson’s North American operation as part of the company’s global expansion.
Following the success of its briefings and webinars, Off-Highway Research will hold an in-person, one-day conference in Chicago on 28th September. The event will offer a deep dive into the outlook for the construction equipment industry, as well as pressing issues such as the supply chain disruption and the move to alternative fuels.
Off-Highway Research's Samir Bansal spoke at length to Equipment Times about prospects in India.
A definitive view of the world’s construction equipment markets in 2021 and new forecasts for 2022-2026 will be presented in the 29th 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.
Off-Highway Research's Chris Sleight spoke to American Cranes & Transport magazine about the industry outlook for 2022 and beyond.