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1.Stalled projects have now started coming back on line

We have formed a JV company, Zoomlion Electromech India Pvt Ltd, and most products are manufactured in India, with part of the cranes coming from China. Our association with Zoomlion, the world´s largest company for tower cranes

2.Tower Power

Elections are over. The new Government has assumed office. But construction equipment markets are yet to pick up.

3.Light at the end of the tunnel

With a stable government in place, the equipment industry is hopeful of a speedy revival. The slowdown in infrastructure development, a major driver for the construction equipment industry, had resulted in reduced demand in recent years.

4.ElectroMech to increase production

ElectroMech will ramp up the production of its Pune plant to 1,000 cranes in 2010-11 from the existing capacity of 650 cranes produced last year.

5.Lift and Shift!

Charu Bahri presents the latest trends of the cranes industry and an overview of a handful of top notch cranes.

6.ElectroMech to foray into crane servicing

Pune-based ElectroMech which will offer post-sales service support and modification of old models of cranes cutting across brands.

7.ElectroMech forms JV with Shuttlelift

ElectroMech, one of the country's largest industrial crane manufacturers and customised material handling solutions providers has joined hands with the US-based Shuttlelift - one of the leading gantry crane manufacturers in the world - to bring its offerings to the construction and material handling industry in India.

8.ElectroMech Material Handling raises Rs 45 cr

Motilal Oswal Private Equity Advisors has invested Rs 45 crore in ElectroMech Material Handling Systems (India).

9.bC India 2011: Products Galore

India's mobile crane company ACE launched ACX 750, a hydraulic crawler crane with 75 tonne capacity. The new Terex WC1000 wheeled cone/screen plant is an all-electric plant that can be easily tied into new or existing secondary, tertiary and quarternary crushing applications.

10.Handling trends

Materials can be handled mechanically or manually. Ambitious projects and a focus on quality are driving material handling equipment usage, Material handling equipment has traditionally been pitted against low-cost labour in India. So, substantially capital expenditure-intensive material handlers - including a variety of cranes

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