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Sales in 2021 were the best for more than a decade and buyer preference is shifting away from relatively small machines.
The market did not slow down during the Covid pandemic, and there are many positive long-term factors which will continue to drive growth.
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A good climate for infrastructure investment and reforms in the mining sector auger well for dozer sales.
Information from Off-Highway Research's Customer Groups Database Service features in an article in International Rental News on the dominance of rental in India.
Our database of sales by year, buy equipment type, by customer group has now been extended from its original European coverage to include India and China.
Full data for 2021 and updated forecasts are now available to subscribers to the Indian Database Service
Competition from manual labour and alternatives such as backhoe loaders limit the appeal of this equipment type
Off-Highway Research's Samir Bansal spoke at length to Equipment Times about prospects in India.
The disruption of the 2019 general election and the impact of the Covid pandemic have seen sales of compaction equipment in India fall away from the high seen in 2018. But the country’s ambitions road building programme should see this peaked matched by 2023.