Crane Machinery/Crushing Lifting
Sudhir Chaudhary, General Manager (Sales), Hyva India, elaborates on the changing trends in the lifting and loading segment, and the range and services offered by Hyva to the Indian customers.
We are already witnessing a shift towards using safer, more advanced technology and many companies are replacing the entire fleet of pick and carry cranes with the truck loader knuckle boom cranes due to safety issues, says Subhamoy Ghosh, Managing Director, Palfinger India.
While over 90 per cent of the lift-and-carry market is dominated by knuckle boom cranes the world over, in India pick-and-carry (P&C) cranes dominate, with 95 per cent sales.
It's a clear growth pattern. The consolidated financial results for the last fiscal (April 10-March 11) announced by many of the major OEMs shows a definite growth trajectory especially in the lifting and earthmoving and the concrete equipment segments.
The Polish company Gastel Zurawie S.A. placed an order with Liebherr for four black mobile cranes with fire-red boom heads - two LTM 1130-5.1 mobile cranes, an LTM 1200-5.1, and an LTM 1250-6.1 will in future be adding their strength to the existing fleet of 50 mobile units.
The German rental company BKL Baukran Logistik and tower crane manufacturer Linden Comansa signed an agreement for which BKL becomes distributor of the Spanish firm in the entire Federal Republic of Germany.
REpower Systems SE, leading producer of wind turbines, is continuing to rely on the expertise of Palfinger Wind: A major order for 48 cranes confirms the successful co-operation that has existed since 2003.
Action Construction Equi?pment (ACE) reported an increase of 65 per cent in its income from operations, which stands at Rs 215.05 crore in the first quarter of FY 2011-12 as against Rs 130.54 crore in the same period last year.