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Only 130 backhoe loaders were sold in China last year, but production totalled 850 units as indigenous manufacturers increasingly targeted export markets with these machines
Outbreak has prevented construction from restarting in many parts of the country following the Spring Festival Holiday
Almost 250,000 crawler, mini and wheeled excavators were built in China in 2019, the second consecutive year of record output.
The Chinese market for MEWPs could rival that of the USA within five years.
A new edition of our bi-annual Global Construction Equipment Markets study is now available, featuring updated forecasts. The report is available to ALL Off-Highway Research clients, while non-clients can request a copy by completing an online form.
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.