Off-Highway Research’s International Database Service is available on an annual subscription basis, providing detailed analysis of the Western European, North American and Japanese equipment markets. It provides sales and production data by OEM, product and country for 17 countries.
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The video of our 14th December 2021 webinar is now online, as are the presentation slides
Demand for mobile cranes in the UK is recovering following the downturn of 2020, but with uncertainty over infrastructure projects, the market is expected to take two more years to return to its former health.
Sales in Germany have withstood the economic impacts of the Covid pandemic, but the record highs seen in 2019 are not expected to be surpassed in the current cycle
The ALL COMPANIES data line has been replaced with a DEMAND FORECAST to help prevent errors when configuring analysis tools such as Excel Pivot Tables
Niamh Marriot, deputy editor of International Cranes and Specialized Transport interviews Chris Sleight, Managing Director of Off-Highway Research on some of the findings from the new study on the world's largest crane fleets.
New database service will provide information on sales of different types of equipment to broad customer groups, such as contractors, rental companies and extraction industries. The service will initially focus on Europe.