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The Chinese market for MEWPs could rival that of the USA within five years.
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The surge in major road building projects and new engine emission laws in China over the last three years have lifted demand for motor graders to its highest since 2010/11.
After remarkable growth in 2017 and 2018, sales of excavators are set to decline in China this year. However, volumes will still remain good and the country continues to emerge as a major exporter of this type of equipment.
More than 15,000 ride-on compactors were sold in China last year and a further 8,000 were exported to other markets.
Although they are sold in relatively low numbers, skid-steer loaders are gaining in popularity in China. Sales are expected to continue to rise, despite a downturn in the wider equipment industry
Demand for wheeled loaders in China grew from 70,400 units in 2017 to 92,600 machines last year, a 32 per cent increase. This was in line with the Chinese equipment market’s overall growth in 2018.
A second year of robust growth has re-established China as the largest construction equipment market in the world.