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1.Equipment India Awards 2014

The winners of the second Equipment India Awards 2014, organised by ASAPP Media Information Group concurrently with the 3rd bC India in Greater Noida, reinforce how precious the customer is.

2.We expect the market to grow rapidly in the next 10 years

A leading global manufacturer of agricultural and construction equipment , Case New Holland (CNH) has 11,300 dealers in approximately 170 countries, with 12 per cent of its sales generated in the Asia Pacific region.

3.Buyer Focus - Productivity

Research firm Knowledgefaber estimates the current market size of the Indian construction equipment sector to be $4.8 billion and expects it to grow to $17.5 billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 17.6 per cent. Indeed, strong fundamentals create a positive long-term view for road construction equipment.

4.Picking Up Pace

After a slew of reforms, the roads and highways sector is gradually stepping it up again. Up until a year ago, progress in road construction had become exceedingly sluggish.

5.Ground Realities

What earthmoving equipment models can cut operational costs, and by how much? CW has some answers. Notwithstanding the change in government at the Centre, demand for earthmoving equipment appears to be stuck in a rut.

6.CASE India inaugurates largest dealership at Indore

CASE India inaugurates their largest dealership Balaji Tractor House at Indore in Madhya Pradesh.

7.Motoring ahead

Good times lie ahead for tyre makers in India - indeed, great times if the government comes down heavily on tyre imports. Demand for medium and heavy commercial vehicles (MHCV)

8.Material Progress

There´s some good news from the material handling equipment segment. ´We are seeing some signs of improvement; markets are trying to crawl back mainly on success in the roads sector and mining in certain pockets,´ says Manoj Agarwal, Head-Sales & Marketing, Escorts Construction Equipment. ´With roads opening up in a big way and a good monsoon prediction, we hope for a better second-half of the current fiscal.

9.Expanding Earth, But Gaps Remain

Construction equipment recorded a 28 per cent increase in sales in 2016 while the earthmoving segment witnessed faster-paced growth as a result of expansion in certain infrastructure segments.

10.We recently delivered our 10,000th vibratory compactor

The global compaction equipment market is set to grow to US$ 4.84 billion by 2021, at a 5 per cent CAGR, according to a report by Technavio.