India's US$1.5 trillion investment plans

The National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) will provide huge opportunities in road, rail, power and airport construction up to the end of the 2024-25 financial year.


New reports in July

Subscribers to Off-Highway Research’s Chinese, European and Indian Services can now download our latest Market Reports, Equipment Analyses, Country Analyses and Company Profiles. Our latest reports include:


Mid-year reviews to be published in September

Key publications within Off-Highway Research’s Chinese, European and Indian monthly Market Reports have been rescheduled to make use of the most-up-to-date information available.


Consolidated European grader report published

Regional report provides a European industry overview for the first time


Chinese skid-steer loader industry continues to grow

Although a low volume machine type in Chinese terms, the skid-steer loader is gaining in popularity and exports are also on the rise.


Off-Highway Research market update webinar on 28th September

Forecast updates – the rebound in 2021 and the impact of supply constraints


Indian wheeled loader sales to rise

Infrastructure investment will drive demand for machines over the coming years, and the mining & quarrying segment is particularly important for wheeled loader sales in India


Video interview: Global construction equipment sales

Chris Sleight, managing director of Off-Highway Research, speaks to International Construction editor Andy Brown the state of the global markets. The video comes ahead of an extensive feature in the June 2021 edition of the magazine giving an outlook for global machine sales.

Click here to watch the video


Italian paver sales heading for a high

High construction activity and incentives to buy machines are huge positives, but  supply issues may be a barrier.


Discussion on electrification and disruption

International Construction has published a comment piece from two industry thought leaders on the potential for a Tesla-like company to bring revolutionary change to the industry through electrification of equipment.


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