Off-Highway Research’s International Database Service is available on an annual subscription basis, providing detailed analysis of the Western European, North American and Japanese equipment markets. It provides sales and production data by OEM, product and country for 17 countries.
Our intuitive database package allows clients to quickly and easily build searches, making market analysis a fast and efficient task. Data is updated and forecasts refined at least twice per year, giving subscribers access to the latest market intelligence and outlook.
Included in the International Database Service is our European Annual Review, which is published every April. This report, which sells to nonsubscribers for more than US$1,000, provides context and analysis to the wealth of information in the database.
Our standard single-site licence allows for up to five individual users based in one location. If you require further access rights, please enquire about our multi- and global-site licence packages.
Access to Off-Highway Research’s databases is via our online client portal. The databases are also available as PC software download for offline working. Both versions allow clients to manipulate data and export it as an Excel worksheet or delimited flatfile for easy integration with other analytical tools.
Off-Highway Research’s Database Services are available in Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Italian and Spanish.
More than 6,000 data points have been added or updated across our system, including final sales and production figures for 2018 and forecasts to 2023.
Construction equipment sales in Europe last year hit their highest level for a decade, according to Off-Highway Research’s newly updated International Database Service. Sales rose 10 per cent to 177,694 units.
Off-Highway Research will present its latest data and updated forecasts on global and regional construction equipment markets at a special event on Tuesday 9th April at the Bauma exhibition in Munich.
Sales of construction equipment in Portugal grew for a fifth consecutive year last year, and agricultural tractor sales are also on the rise. However, it remains the smallest equipment market in Western Europe.
Demand for construction machines in Norway has never been higher and Off-Highway Research’s new Country Analysis forecasts continued buoyancy.