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Our products are an outcome of what our customers in India want

JCB INDIA For JCB India, continued focus on integrating digital technology in construction equipment was the focus at bauma this year.

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We are developing full electric drives and hybrid solutions

We are observing shift to higher power diesel engine for more productivity. We see more demand for higher power diesel engines in future.

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"Motor grader market in India is growing at 40 per cent"

Roads sector remains the biggest growth driver of motor graders in India. VG Sakthikumar, Managing Director, Schwing Stetter Sales and Services, elaborates more on the market and technology trends in motor graders.

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"Mining equipment industry is on a high-growth trajectory"

Caterpillar products and services are designed to meet the high production and low cost per tonne demands of the industry.

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"Trenchless technology is becoming more prominent"

Vermeer is in the business of trenchless technology for three decades and over the period, has developed advanced technologies to handle different challenging projects.

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"Time for technology revolution in construction"

A typical road project that consumed 36-42 months five years ago for concept to completion, now stares at just 18-24 months.

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"Rental companies are backbone of Indian CE market"

For the next two years, at least the construction equipment rental companies will have to work both in an environment of uncertainty as well as promise of strong market.

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"Customers NOW prefer higher capacity equipment"

With the impending revival of infrastructure sector and the government's definitive focus on growth, sales are expected to rise in the coming days.

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Construction equipment market is back with a bang

We see an immense focus on infrastructure (roads, airports, ports, smart city projects, etc) and industrial projects.

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"Backhoe loader industry continues to grow"

The backhoe loader industry in the past two years has grown consecutively over 20 per cent year-on-year.