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Continued investment in roadbuilding could see demand for machines reach a new record high by 2023.
The Indian mobile crane industry is dominated by local pick & carry machines, although there is a discernible shift towards ‘New Generation’ designs. There is also an opportunity for more conventional cranes in the country.
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Excavator sales in India will fall year-on-year in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown. However, the fundamental drivers for the industry remain good and sales are expected to not only bounce back but reach unprecedented highs in the coming years.
Sales are falling sharply this year due to the pandemic and lockdown, but the market for these enormously popular machines will rebound.
Demand may be more volatile than other equipment types, but our detailed analysis shows a number of clear market trends.
Off-Highway Research has revised its 2020-2024 sales forecasts in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Global construction equipment sales are expected to fall 19 per cent this year.
Tractor sales and production in India have fallen back from the high seen in 2018, but it remains by far the world’s largest market, with strong long-term prospects.