Current demand veers towards machines that can optimise crushing operations, discovers CW.Is the crushing and screening equipment market up or down? Vendor voices differ. ´We are seeing demand only from operators in Uttarakhand,´ says Kallol Mahalanabis, CEO, Taurian Engineering Pvt Ltd.
A slowdown notwithstanding, demand for crushing and screening equipment is growing on the back of emerging industry needs, writes Charu Bahri. No question - demand for crushing and screening equipment in India is steadily growing. But the slow off-take of infrastructure projects, sluggish economic growth and other factors are dampening near-term market sentiments.
For India, it's never too late. While 2011 was a year of slowdown in projects, the road construction sector picked up in 2012 with NHAI awarding about 4,375 km of roads in the first nine months of the year. Amidst a hectic project management scenario, equipment hiring, and subcontractors looking for technological advancements and efficient solutions, bC India is set to step in with its second edition. Scheduled from February 5-8, 2012, at Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), Mumbai,
Rajen Khoda, Director, Sales-South Asia & Middle East, Powerscreen, is responsible for sales, distribution and market development of Powerscreen in South Asia and the Middle East since 2004. His major achievements include achieving an impressive sales growth for the company in 2011 and launching over 1,000 machines in India and 275 in the Middle East.
Housing over 150 sets of equipment, the crushing and screening division of Voltas aims to excel in all its areas of operations. Serving as an important value-adding link between manufacturers, suppliers and end-users, the Mining & Construction Equipment Division (M&CE) of Voltas has been involved in mechanisation and modernisation for almost 50 years, serving as a vital value-adding link between manufacturers, suppliers and end-users.
Organised by Messe Mnenchen, the trade fair witnessed an overwhelming response from exhibitors and visitors alike, making it the biggest bauma China exhibition to date. Despite the economic gloom and slowing Chinese construction market, bauma China put up an incredible show at the Shanghai International Expo Centre from November 27-30, 2012.
The increasing trend of sustainable construction is amplifying the scope for innovative technologies and widening the array of available eco-friendly materials, writes CHARU BAHRI. A wave of green construction is taking India by storm. According to the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC),