New Equipment Analysis says sales will bottom-out this year after five years of steep declines. A gradual recovery is expected to start in 2017.
Off-Highway Research has launched a LinkedIn group, called Global off-highway equipment market news
Despite a spike in sales in the first quarter ahead of new emissions legislation and new infrastructure investment, the high machine population is depressing new equipment sales.
Off-Highway Research has produced a comprehensive video tutorial to support subscribers to its Chinese, Indian and International Database Services.
Off-Highway Research has started the study phase of its latest Multi-Client Study research programme in Iran, with the report scheduled for publication in September 2016.
India's love affair with the backhoe loader is forecast to continue. Unit sales are expected to reach 28,000 machines over the next five years as infrastructure spending and government reforms stimulate demand.
A new Off-Highway Research report says construction machinery sales have bounced back from the 2013/2014 low and the market is primed for growth.
Off-Highway Research senior consultant Chris Sleight will be one of the speakers at the Spanish Association of Construction and Mining Manufacturers (ANMOPYC) general assembly in Zaragoza, Spain on Wednesday 29th June, 2016.
Global sales of construction equipment are forecast to fall 3.2 per cent in unit terms in 2016, to 663,553 machines, according to specialist economic forecasting and market research consultant, Off-Highway Research. This is expected to represent the bott
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