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1.In the next six months, demand for equipment will pick up

The Wirtgen Group includes four well-known brands: Wirtgen, V÷gele, Hamm and Kleemann. Wirtgen India Pvt Ltd offers a complete range of machines for road building, from crushing, screening, mixing, paving and compaction to repairing roads

2.Cutting Crushing Costs

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.

3.Show of Optimism

After two successful editions in India, bC India in its third victorious year mirrored the positive vibes in the industry. Following the economic crisis that was India´s companion for the past few years, a stable government has once again infused the country with an atmosphere

4.On the High Road

Newer technologies and methods are gaining acceptance by road contractors even as equipment vendors double up their efforts to serve the industry.

5.A Smooth Ride

Challenges in executing highway contracts, rising input costs and growing awareness of quality are making road construction companies more discerning about their choice of equipment, in a bid to enhance outcomes and minimise equipment downtime,

6.We sold 25 milling machines last year

With the vision to provide its Indian customers with a complete package for road construction, Wirtgen aims at offering a one-stop-shop for milling and paving machines, recycling and compaction equipment and much more.

7.We are investing around Rs 15 crore for expanding our Pune factory

For Wirtgen Group, India is one of the most important markets in the world. With its factory located in Pune, the company aims at providing its customers a wide range of products. Adapting to the local needs of the Indian market,

8.German zone

Following a spate of infrastructure development in Pune in recent years, ANUJA ABRAHAM discovers what makes the city adept at hosting India's largest cluster of German companies.

9.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.

10.The Crush is On

With an estimated demand of 3.3 billion tonne, India accounts for roughly 7 per cent of the 48.3 billion metric tonne global market for aggregates, according to market research firm The Freedonia Group.