Off-Highway Research's Chris Sleight gives his thoughts on the challenges facing construction as part of Shell Lubricants' Leadership Interviews series.
Off-Highway Research has contributed an article on the journey towards alternative power sources in the construction equipment industry to the latest edition of the Construction Equipment Association's (CEA's) ConstructionWorx magazine. See page 24 to read the article.
Off-Highway Research managing director Chris Sleight is one of the guests on CECE's new podcast, talking about the outlook for the global industry. Chris will give a full presentation on this as part of the forthcoming CECE Summit on 21st October.
Off-Highway Research Managing Director Chris Sleight was among a number of industry figures interviewed in a lengthy discussion piece on the issues of component shortages, shipping capacity and long machine lead times which are afflicting the industry.
Chris Sleight, managing director of Off-Highway Research, speaks to International Construction editor Andy Brown the state of the global markets. The video comes ahead of an extensive feature in the June 2021 edition of the magazine giving an outlook for global machine sales.
American Cranes & Transport magazine has published n interview with Off-highway Research's Chris Sleight on market prospects in 2021.
Off-Highway Research managing director Chris Sleight discusses the impact of Covid-19 on sales of construction equipment around the world with International Construction magazine editor, Andy Brown.
Off-Highway Research managing director Chris Sleight discusses the impact of Covid-19 on production of construction equipment around the world with International Construction magazine editor, Andy Brown.
In an exclusive interview, Off-Highway Research's Director of Research in China discusses with KHL Group's editors the return to normal production levels in the Chinese construction equipment industry. More details will follow for Off-Highway Research's clients in our May Market Reports.
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.