Comment on JCB's production slowdown due to coronavirus

Off-Highway Research’s Chris Sleight was quoted in the Financial Times following the news that JCB would be shortening the working week at its UK factories due to anticipated component shortages from suppliers in China.

Read the FT story here


KHL Group acquires 40 Percent of Blu Coal Recruitment

Off-Highway Research's parent company has acquired a 40 per cent stake in a recruitment consultant specialising in the construction industry.


David Phillips to retire from Off-Highway Research

He has been a pivotal figure in our industry since the company's inception as part of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) in 1981.


New reports in February

Subscribers to Off-Highway Research’s Chinese, European and Indian Services can now download our latest Market Reports. In addition, all clients can download the new edition of our bi-annual Global Construction Equipment Markets study.


Chinese excavator production hits another high

Almost 250,000 crawler, mini and wheeled excavators were built in China in 2019, the second consecutive year of record output.


Visit us at ConExpo

Find us on Stand S5998 in the Silver Lot, exhibiting as part of our parent company, KHL Group.


Book now for our ConExpo briefing

Tickets are now available for the Off-Highway Global Briefing event, which will take place on the Wednesday of ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020.


Finnish market strongest for a decade

Construction equipment sales reached a peak of more than 2,500 units in 2018 and provisionally in 2019, according to a new country analysis from Off-Highway Research.


New reports in January

Subscribers to Off-Highway Research’s Chinese, European and Indian Services can now download our latest Market Reports. In addition, all clients can download the new edition of our bi-annual Global Construction Equipment Markets study.


New country analysis on Spain published

Sales volumes continue to rise in the Spanish construction equipment market. Although not the size it once was, this country will continue grow and changing machine preferences will provide opportunities.


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