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1.Increased footfall of customers boosts the confidence of the OEMs

A JV between Tata Motors (40 per cent) and Hitachi Construction Machinery Company (60 per cent), Tata Hitachi provides world-class construction equipment to address India’s infrastructure and mining needs


2.Which features are in-demand in mining equipment?

Safety, productivity and versatility technologies are crucial to successful mining.


3.Happening segments in the mining industry

New equipments aim at success both in the performance and support areas.


4.What does the mining industry want?

Vendor speak to boost demand, user speak to make available higher end equipment and better services.


5.Industry wish list

Recent coal mine developer and operator (MDO) contract announcements have kept demand for equipment high. Making MDO-styled contract announcements for mining segments other than coal, possibly for iron ore and limestone, will bode well for mining,” believes Hemant Mathur, Assistant Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, Tata Hitachi.


6.India’s Fastest Growing Construction Companies Unveiled

The India Construction Festival, organised by FIRST Construction Council on October 15 and 16, 2019, comprised four sub-events: The India Roads Conference; CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards; CONSTRUCTION WORLD Leadership Summit; and the EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards. For more details on the conference sessions and speakers, log on to https://indiaconstructionfestival.com/all_speakers.php


7.High-tech Analyser

Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science Corporation has introduced a new accessible model of the popular X-MET8000 Geo handheld XRF analyser, optimised for soil and mining grade control applications


8.bauma Munich in Full Swing: Going Higher

CONSTRUCTION WORLD reports live from Munich!


9.ACREX India 2019 sets a benchmark for HVAC&R industry

The three-day exhibition has emerged as an unparalleled benchmark for HVAC&R industry by facilitating opportunities for companies.


10.Tata Hitachi to invest Rs 2.5 billion in West Bengal and Karnataka

Despite its current cost and margin pressure, Tata Hitachi will be investing Rs 2.5 billion over the next two years in West Bengal and Karnataka.