Sarens Canada strengthens fleet

Sarens Canada added three National Crane boom trucks to its fleet, further strengthening its repertoire of dependable, durable truck-mounted cranes that serve Canada and beyond.

Sarens Canada strengthens fleet

Sarens Canada just added three National Crane boom trucks to its fleet, further strengthening its repertoire of dependable, durable truck-mounted cranes that serve Canada and beyond.

Liebherr mobile construction crane in electric operation

The Liebherr MK 88 Plus has been in service at Krandienst Kunze since April 2019

Indian CE Market Overview

In spite of the short-term ups and downs in the market volumes, the construction equipment (CE) industry is expected to touch close to the volume of 140,000 units by 2024-25.

Our customer-centric approach drives us to offer customised solutions

Currently, the industry is facing a slowdown, which is expected to last for two to three quarters. However, moving forward, it will witness higher demand amid the government's resolve to build world-class infrastructure and the digitalisation of manufacturing processes for rolling out technically advanced equipment.

Cautiously Optimistic

The government's various initiatives on revival of infrastructure sector and favourable policies have driven the growth of Indian construction equipment market in the past 2-3 years.

We expect good progress in make-in-india schemes

Kavitsu has the manufacturing capability of producing slew bearings of up to 3,200 mm and the company is planning to increase the capacity to 5,000 mm.

Equipment Pulse

With the construction equipment market is on a growth path, Equipment India explores the market scenario of construction equipment and allied products and services.

"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.

Escorts announces new ventures

In late August, Escorts announced plans to manufacture rough terrain (RT) and truck-mounted cranes in joint venture (JV) with Tadano Ltd.

Maxim Crane Works bolsters fleet

Maxim Crane Works is adding several Manitowoc cranes to its industry-leading fleet. The company has purchased 19 new cranes that come from the Grove rough-terrain and truck-mounted ranges, as well as the National Crane boom truck line.

Escorts-Tadano JV to manufacture RT cranes in India

Escorts Ltd, India?s leading engineering conglomerate, and Tadano Group, Japan?s biggest and world?s leading mobile crane manufacturer, announced their joint venture (JV) to manufacture rough terrain (RT) cranes and truck-mounted cranes.

Doing more with less

Crainco Crane Service (Crainco) is getting more work done than ever with one of National Crane's latest offerings: the NTC55 truck-mounted crane.

Lifting up Expectations

Gone are the days of slowdown and stagnation for mobile cranes market. Many equipment were seen idle with projects not taking off as expected.


The construction market in India is the second largest in Asia-Pacific Countries (APAC) region and is expected to become the fastest growing market in the region by 2025.

Facilitating efficiency

Bearings fulfill a number of important functions, starting with their ability to reduce friction. Other primary functions include supporting a load, promoting the efficient transmission of power and ensuring alignment is maintained.

Irving Equipment adds NBT45 crane to fleet

Irving Equipment has taken delivery of a customised National Crane NBT45 to strengthen its product offering and provide unprecedented reach and efficiency to its customers in Canada?s Maritime Provinces.

New truck crane with improved features

Grove has unveiled the TMS9000-2 truck crane with new features. The new 100 t (115 USt) capacity truck crane features a number of improvements over previous models that will enable owners to increase their utilisation and lifting capabilities.

Manitowoc launches new TMS9000-2 truck crane

Grove has unveiled the TMS9000-2 truck crane with new features. The new 100 t (115 USt) capacity truck crane features a number of improvements over previous models that will enable owners to increase their utilisation and lifting capabilities.

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.

Raymond Excavating adds Grove GMK5200-1

In an effort to respond to customer needs in the east, central and southeast parts of Michigan, Raymond Excavating has taken delivery of a Grove GMK5200-1 all-terrain crane. The Marysville-based company received the crane in March 2016 and immediately put it to work to assist with a variety of lifting jobs, including placement of HVAC units, large concrete box culverts and installation of communication towers that stand as tall as 200 ft.

Customer in Focus

LiuGongs Pithampur plant, the first construction equipment (CE) manufacturing unit in India with 100 per cent FDI, is on track to become a leading manufacturer of CE in the country.

Pick-n-Carry Hydra: Bestseller

As the Numero Uno bestselling lift and reach product, Hydra crane still continues to be the most demanding mobile crane category in India. Tyre-mounted articulated steering, hydraulic mobile pick-and-carry crane, colloquially termed ?Hydra?, was introduced in India

KVN satisfied with new LTM 1300-6.2 mobile crane

KVN Autokrane GmbH has procured a new LTM 1300-6.2 mobile crane from Liebherr for numerous applications in power.

This year our target is to launch tunnel boring machines

We are involved in the sales and service of construction equipment and spare parts from for leading Chinese equipment manufacturers; - Zoomlion for truck-mounted cranes and crawler cranes, and Sichuan Construction Equipment for big capacity tower cranes.

Integrated Load Handling Solutions

With a myriad of attachments, truck-mounted cranes have created niche applications segments with faster, safer and more productive solutions.Construction industry has been witnessing a shift towards using safer, more advanced technology, especially application-oriented equipment and machinery

STILL Number One

The focused thrust on infrastructure, manufacturing and agricultural sectors is expected to boost the demand for pick-n-carry cranes, which dominate the mobile crane market with over 80 per cent of total sales.

We are planning to manufacture cranes in India

Established over 20 years ago by eight people with CNY 5,00,000 ($80,000) bank loan, Zoomlion today has grown to $13 billion Group. Zoomlion now has the largest product range with 13 categories, 86 product series and over 800 types.

At TIL, safety is a key priority

The trend of the future is likely to focus more on better technology with world class safety standards. Usage of telematics and electronic fault diagnostic systems is also likely to become a trend in crane design and usage. Over the next few years, the Indian market is likely to follow global best practices and specification standards for

Surging ahead

In the long term, we see high demand worldwide for mobile cranes, supported by the sectors of infrastructure, refineries, chemicals, and energy, with wind power playing a particularly important part. The Liebherr Mobile Crane Division is based in Ehingen, Germany, where it operates manufacturing facilities covering a built-over area of 220,000 sq m on a total surface of 840,000 sq m,

Terex cranes render the highest return on investment

Our objective is to help our customers succeed and be pro?fitable. Our objective is actually all about safety. For Terex, safety comes first, so we factor in safety at all stages of product development, says Martin Seibert, Head ? Cranes, India, Terex Cranes.

Manitowocs products are built to the highest possible standards

Manitowoc has more than a hundred years of experience in manufacturing cranes.Our global competence means we produce cranes of the highest quality that have a proven track record on an international scale.

TIL completes 50 years of Manufacturing

2012 marks the 50th year of TIL?s Kamarhatty manufacturing plant, a memorable landmark for TIL. Fifty years ago in 1962, a 10 T crane rolled out of TIL?s Kamarhatty plant. It was a milestone for TIL (then called Tractors India),

Palfinger truck loader cranes are built with highest safety standards

Large corporations are giving in to modern methods of lifting, loading and transportation as the conventional unsafe methods are gradually being replaced by Palfinger technology bringing in more efficiency,

At TIL, we make safety our priority

Government regulations and policies will have to be much stricter to stop unbridled import of used cranes, says Pinaki Niyogy, Associate Vice President & Head-Manufacturing & Operations, Material Handling Solutions, TIL.

Knuckle Boom Cranes: The Integrated Solution

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.

Our truck-mounted loader crane will be launched at BC India

There is a perceptible shift towards safe loading practices, greater acceptance of advanced technology products, and compliance with emission norms in the market, says Subhamoy Ghosh, Managing Director, Palfinger India.

Mobile Cranes: Towards Sustainable Growth

The growth potential for lifting, loading and handling solutions is huge and continuously increasing, as India propels itself for a sustainable nine per cent plus per annum economic growth.