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A saturated machine population and changes to subsidies are seeing unit sales decline, although there are opportunities in the higher power categories.
Sales of mobile cranes in China grew 132 per cent last year. Demand continues to increase, with a market peak above 31,000 machine sales expected in 2019.
Market to rise a further 40 per cent on top of the 125 per cent increase seen in 2017.
After a remarkable 81 per cent surge last year, sales of construction equipment in China are set to grow another 30 per cent in 2018.
Sales of wheeled loaders in China grew 45 per cent last year to 70,400 units. Although still popular machines, wheeled loaders were out-sold by excavators for the first time in China’s history last year, and conventional products are being challenged by low cost, low quality ‘economical’ loaders in the smaller size classes.
A total of 2,335 asphalt finishers were sold in China last year, a 24 per cent increase on sales levels in 2016. The market is dominated by crawler machines, which made up 93 per cent of the market last year.
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