CASE India inaugurates new dealership in Jaipur

CASE Construction Equipment, a brand of CNH, has broadened its presence in Rajasthan by appointing a new dealer partner, RDR Techsol in Jaipur. Located at Patel Nagar, Ajmer Road, the dealership will offer the company’s wide range of products in India and provide comprehensive support for after-sales service and spare parts.The strategically chosen location will provide services to surrounding regions including Sikar, Ajmer, Dausa, Alwar, Bharatpur, Karauli, and Dholpur in Rajasthan.This cutting-edge facility will be offering the comprehensive range of construction equipment from CASE and provide a holistic customer experience.A global leader in construction equipment since 1842, CASE has been present in India since 1989.

Contact: CASE Construction Equipment

Website: www.casece.com

Hydrogen-based engines from TCPL GES plant

TCPL GES, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Cummins (TCPL), a 50:50 joint venture of Tata Motors and Cummins, USA, inaugurated a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility to produce hydrogen-based Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) for medium and heavy commercial vehicles and other low to zero emission technology products in India. Situated in Jamshedpur and spanning almost seven acres, this facility is equipped with cutting-edge technology and infrastructure, reflecting the commitment of both Tata Motors and Cummins to innovation, manufacturing excellence and environmental sustainability.

Contact: Tata Cummins

Website: www.cummins.com

Global hydraulic hammer market to witness robust growth

The global hydraulic hammer market, valued at $1.2 billion in 2022, is projected to witness robust growth, with sales forecast to reach US$ 2.1 billion by 2033, growing at a CAGR of 5.6 per cent. The surge in demand is primarily due to ongoing modernisation and infrastructure development in the worldwide construction industry. These hammers play a pivotal role in activities like excavation and demolition, making them indispensable tools for infrastructure expansion and renovation. Despite encountering challenges such as labour and time constraints, their benefits have significantly streamlined operations. Their operational efficiency stands out as a key driving factor fuelling their demand across various industries and regions.

Heavy construction equipment rental market worth $116 billion in 2030

At a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.05 per cent from 2021 to 2030, the heavy construction equipment rental industry in the world is expected to increase from its estimated $76.5 billion in 2020 to $116.10 billion 2032. Construction machinery or heavy equipment is used for heavy tasks including lifting, excavating, material handling, and other labour-intensive processes. The top businesses in the heavy construction equipment rental market are Zoomlion (China), Hitachi (Japan), Sany (China), JCB (UK), and Caterpillar (US). Europe, Africa, South America, Asia Pacific and North America have all had success with these firms. They offer a range of goods to satisfy the needs of mining, infrastructure, manufacturing and construction sectors. 

Liebherr presents its latest app: MyAssistant for Earthmoving

Liebherr has developed MyAssistant for earthmoving, a new app that will provide significant support for construction machinery operators in their daily work. The mobile application is available for wheeled excavators, material handling machines and wheel loaders.

The new mobile app can be downloaded free of charge from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. MyLiebherr makes all Liebherr earthmoving and material handling machines in the fleet available to the user via a drop-down menu.

Contact: Liebherr

Website: www.liebherr.com