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Overall, the market scenario in India looks promising

Excon has always been a confluence of construction equipment ecosystem members like equipment and component manufacturers, customers, financiers, equipment dealers and policy makers.

Electrification of CE is at a nascent stage

With the increasing climate change problem, our customers and construction equipment industries have become more environmentally conscious.

Sany strengthens presence in Gujarat

Sany India, a leading manufacturer of construction equipment & heavy machinery, further strengthened its presence in Gujarat by inaugurating a new branch office of its authorised dealership RS Infra Equipments at Gandhidham.

SANY strengthens & consolidates presence in Tamil Nadu

Sany India, a leading manufacturer of construction equipment and heavy machinery, further strengthened their presence in Tamil Nadu by opening a full-fledged company owned and company operated (COCO) 4 S outlet in Tiruchirappalli.

SANY strengthens & consolidates presence in Tamil Nadu

Inaugurates company operated dealership model in Tiruchirappalli

Sany strengthens its presence in Jharkhand

Sany India, a leading manufacturer of construction equipment and heavy machinery, further strengthened its presence in Jharkhand by inaugurating a new authorised dealership, Jove Motors at Ranchi.

Restart of govt flagship programmes will lift up excavators market in 2021

According to the Off-highway Research, the sale forecast for crawler excavators from 2019-2024 is 24 per cent whereas the mini excavator market is expected to grow by 39 per cent during the given duration.

Sany India, CII Foundation tie-up to donate Ventilators

As the hospitals are reeling under an acute shortage of ventilator beds and other medical supplies amid the rising COVID-19 cases in the country- Sany India in association with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Foundation and CII Pune donated 3 ventilators to Sassoon Hospital today.

Aiming for New Heights

Sany has made its presence felt in Indian construction equipment market with its quality range of equipment. Be it excavators, cranes, or concrete equipment, Sany has created a niche market in India. In its 15 years of service to Indian market, Sany has become the market leader in crane business.

SANY India forays into mining

SANY India announced its foray into the mining segment at the IMME 2016, held in Kolkata. The company also launched its SRT range of off-highway dump trucks in India. The new mining business unit will be headed by Dheeraj Panda, who is the BU Head and VP of Excavator at SANY India.

Innovations in CE

The construction equipment (CE) manufacturers are closely monitoring the needs of the customer and industry, and are investing considerable amount in R&D to bring innovation in technology, products and services.

Hyundai salt excavator

Hyundai Construction Equipment India announced the launch of the country's first excavator specially designed for salt application, R80-7 Salt, in Bhavnagar, Gujarat. According to Dheeraj Panda, General Manager, Sales and Marketing, the market for salt excavators in India is in an evolving stage.

On a recovery mode

The construction equipment industry is experiencing a slump due to the slowdown in the mining industry as well as delays in infrastructure projects and governmental clearances, shortage of funds, environmental concerns. EQUIPMENT INDIA interacts with some of the major players to get the pulse of the industry.

Hyundai to produce high capacity excavators for India

Hyundai Construction Equipment India (HCEI) is planning to produce higher capacity excavators in the country apart from introducing loaders to enhance its presence here.

Earthmovers on buoyant swell

Earthmoving equipment currently constitutes nearly 73 per cent of total construction equipment sales, and happily, this structure of sales is expected to continue. The cumulative sales of backhoe loaders, crawler excavators and wheeled loaders have been growing at a CAGR of over 20 per cent for the last ten years.

Earthmoving Equipment

Owing to the overall slowdown in the Indian economy, the current fiscal year has been bit sluggish for the construction equipment industry. The industry will gain momentum if the government starts implementing the delayed projects and carries out active review and monitoring to ensure timely completion.

Hyundai to expand product range

Aiming at the second largest excavator business in the country in less than four years, Hyundai Construction Equipment India is set to expand its product portfolio. The company invested Rs 400 crore in the Indian manufacturing facility and has managed to localise 45-50 per cent of its components in the 8-34 tonne capacity. The larger excavators ranging 50-80 tonne are sourced from other manufacturing facilities and sold in India.

The Big Ones Get Better

Sales of crawler excavators, which grew until 2008, declined by 20 per cent in 2009 but recovered strongly to 11,453 units in 2010, a growth of 44 per cent.