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Pick & carry cranes still dominate in a country where sales could hit 11,000 units this year.
The Indian construction equipment market is set to enjoy a third year in a row of robust growth in 2018, to take sales to an all-time high.
Sales of backhoe loaders in India hit their highest for five years in 2017 and an unprecedented 38,000 units are expected to be sold this year.
Demand for dump trucks in India has failed to keep pace with the impressive gains in the wider equipment market in recent years. However demand for coal and raw materials is helping to stimulate sales.
The biggest tractor market in the world continues to get bigger, with sales forecast to reach 775,000 units by 2022.
Sales of ride on compaction equipment enjoyed a second successive year of sharp growth in 2017, with sales rising 23 per cent to 4,765 units. This took the market to twice the size it was as recently as 2014
Construction equipment sales in India grew 17 per cent last year, building on the 36 per cent surge in sales seen in 2016. This took the market to 78,109 unit sales last year, a new record for India. This robust performance is expected to continue over the medium term, with sales forecast to exceed 100,000 units by 2022.
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