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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.Excon provides interaction between end-users, OEMs and aggregate suppliers.

This year, Bonfiglioli Transmissions celebrates two decades of its presence in India. Over the years, the company has developed a broad range of drives catering to a vast array of applications in the construction, mining and other industries.


3.CE market revenues projected to grow at 10% from 2019-25

The Indian construction equipment market revenues are projected to grow at a 10 per cent CAGR during 2019-25, according to 6Wresearch.


4.We take on the complete job, from maintenance to operations

Voltas’ Mining and Construction Equipment (M&CE) division dates back to 1954, to the post-Independence era that required rapid industrialisation


5.Shifting Preferences

CW identifies productivity and safety features attracting users of tippers and dump trucks, and the technologies being deployed to track the performance of these mobile assets.


6.“We are laying more emphasis on exports.”

This bauma, Action Construction Equipment (ACE) launched a whole series of innovative cranes; among them is the NX360o model, which as the company claims, will not be found anywhere in the world.


7.“Maximum demand will come for road construction equipment tires in 2019.”

Other than tyres, BKT introduced its radial SR423, which is mainly used for road construction tippers. Besides adding to its radial range, BKT has an entire range of tires for construction, tippers mining and quarrying.


8.Know how the earthmoving equipment segment is witnessing record sales and a growing market for larger models

According to the Off-Highway Research Indian Annual Review 2018, construction equipment sales in India grew 17 per cent in 2017-18, building on the 36 per cent upswing witnessed in the previous year, notes Ajay Aneja, Brand Leader, CASE India.


9.We acted well in time to increase our capacity

With a consolidated presence in all major infrastructure, construction, heavy engineering and industrial projects across the country, Action Construction Equipment (ACE) is now making headway into the earthmoving and road machinery segments.


10. JCB India transforming in to a full range infrastructure equipment partner, says Jasmeet Singh, JCB India

Roads and highways have been important and critical in the overall revival of the industry from 2015 to 2017. 'The sector is a positive growth driver and it is reassuring for the industry to see it continuing to move ahead,' says Jasmeet Singh, Head-Corporate Communications and External Relations, JCB India.