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Off-Highway briefing during Bauma

Book now for our one-hour briefing on markets and supply chains on the Tuesday morning of Bauma.


Supply chains in focus at Off-Highway Conference

The supply chain challenges facing the global construction equipment market were under the spotlight at the first Off-Highway Conference being held today in Rosemont, Chicago, USA.


Outlook for dump trucks in China stays strong

In the face of a market which is expected to almost halve in size this year, the dump truck segment provides perhaps the only ray of light in the Chinese equipment industry.


Free White Paper on supply chain issues

In a joint project Off-Highway Research and Roland Berger have launched a free White Paper which discusses the supply chain issues being faced by the construction equipment industry, strategies to overcome them and the long-term implications for the industry.


Podcast on the Chinese equipment market

International Construction has released a new podcast in which Off-Highway Research managing director Chris Sleight talks to editor Andy Brown about the current downturn in the Chinese market.

Click here to listen to the interview


UK wheeled loader sales continuing to recover

Although a  mature market, there are growth  prospects in the compact segment in particular.


Mid-year database updates published

The Chinese, Indian & International Database Services, the Global Volume & Value Service and Customer Groups Database Service have been updated with revised forecasts for 2022-2026.


Time is running out to book your place at the Off-Highway Conference

There are only a few weeks left until the event takes place in Chicago on 28th September.


Wacker Neuson president to give Off-Highway Conference keynote speech

Gert Reichetseder, President and CEO of Wacker Neuson North America will give the keynote address at the Off-Highway Conference in Chicago on 28th September.


Indian excavator market heading for new high

Despite supply chain issues and the negative impact of inflation, the pipeline of infrastructure work in India means a record number of crawler excavators should be sold next year.


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