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The post-Covid rebound has been strong and will extend well into 2022 due to long lead times for machines.
Niamh Marriot, deputy editor of International Cranes and Specialized Transport interviews Chris Sleight, Managing Director of Off-Highway Research on some of the findings from the new study on the world's largest crane fleets.
New database service will provide information on sales of different types of equipment to broad customer groups, such as contractors, rental companies and extraction industries. The service will initially focus on Europe.
The Off-Highway Global Briefing on Tuesday 14th December will look at long-term changes in the types of customers for construction equipment in Europe.
A new study carried out in partnership between Off-Highway Research and International Cranes and Specialized Transport (ICST) magazine sheds new light on the development, size and composition of the world’s largest mobile crane fleets.
Although badly affected by the pandemic in 2020, sales of dump trucks in France are now improving thanks to replacement purchases and a rise in construction activity.
Global construction equipment sales are expected to hit a record high of 1.13 million units, with a value of almost US$110 billion this year, according to updated forecasts from specialist consultant Off-Highway Research.