The construction equipment industry is going through a never-seen before sales scenario as the volume witnessed a steep fall of 70 per cent in April-June 2020 quarter, as per the findings of the CRISIL Research.
The construction equipment expo - held in December 2018 in Delhi - scaled new heights even while participants expressed their apprehensions on the market scenario in 2019 owing to the upcoming elections.
The largest-ever bauma CONEXPO INDIA will open its doors soon as manufacturers from all parts of the world will present construction machinery, equipment and technological innovations from December 11 to 14 at the HUDA Ground in Gurgaon/Delhi.
The construction equipment (CE) market in India is booming. Industry outlook for CE sector is promising and growing due to many infrastructure projects initiated by the Government of India. Roads and irrigation sectors are driving the demand for CE sector.
bauma CONEXPO INDIA and the Indian Construction Equipment Manufacturers? Association (iCEMA) will cooperate closely in future. A cooperation agreement was signed in Delhi by Bhupinder Singh, CEO, bC Expo India, and Arvind K Garg, President, iCEMA.
Bhupinder Singh has taken charge as the new CEO of bauma CONEXPO INDIA from May 1, 2017. After four years in India and two bauma CONEXPO INDIA shows, the former CEO of bC Expo India, Igor Palka, will return to Messe M?nchen and assume new responsibilities.
The BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA 2016 held during December 12-15 reflected the positive sentiments of the equipment industry on the floor. A detailed report on the expo, interaction with exhibitors and details of products and technologies showcased.
BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA, the international trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, construction vehicles and construction machinery is being held for the fourth time from December 12 to 15, 2016 at the HUDA grounds in Gurgaon near Delhi.
The attractions are definitely the unique equipment and new developments our exhibitors are showcasing - in terms of new technologies, product launches and unveiling of machine lines - that are the most attractive crowd-pullers.
After three successful trade shows held under the name of bC India, the two partners, Messe M?nchen and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), have agreed on a new name for the event: Bauma Conexpo India.
The upcoming bC India show, which takes place at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida from 15-18 December 2014, will occupy about 120,000 sq m of space - approximately 30,000 sq m of hall space and about 90,000 sq m of outdoor exhibition space.
Igor Palka has been appointed as the new CEO at bC Expo India. He takes over from Thomas L?ffler,, who in November 2013 begins his new role as an additional Deputy CEO at MMI Shanghai, a subsidiary of the Messe Mnnchen Group. "Following two events held in Mumbai
Following two successful events held in Mumbai, the bC India show is moving to Greater Noida, near Delhi. The upcoming third edition of this international trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines and construction.
More than 28,000 visitors, over 710 exhibitors, out of which 61 per cent of the exhibitors were international, which is a strong indication of the global interest for the Indian market.
The four main targets for Bauer Maschinen and their Indian affiliate, Bauer Equipment India, were discussion forum and meeting place, presentation of drilling rigs, presentation of drilling tools, and presentation of service and training aspects.
The new training centre at Wirtgen India is equipped with a high-end multimedia system, two generously dimensioned training rooms, each one large enough to carry out training directly on a Wirtgen surface miner or a large V?gele asphalt paver, says P Ramesh, CEO and Managing Director, Wirtgen India. Excerpts from the interview.
BC India 2013 is a special edition and it has grown tremendously, even in times of general economic slowdown. We will have more exhibition space than in 2011, more exhibitors and expect more visitors. The positive feed?back from exhibitors and visitors showed us that there was a need for a construction equipment show in Mumbai and that we introduced the show at the right time, says Thomas Loffler, Chief Executive Officer, bC Expo India.
Despite the challenging situation in the construction machinery industry, A BAUMA CONEXPO SHOW - bC India impressively strengthened its position in the Indian market. More than 28,000 professional visitors attended the show, which took place at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai from February 5 to 8, 2013.
Looking at the need of infra?structure developments in India in the long run, the CE market has a promising future. We hope that bC India 2013 will contribute to improve current market sentiments, says Thomas Loffler, Chief Executive Officer, bC Expo India. In a chat with EQUIPMENT INDIA, Thomas stresses the fact that they will be able to offer all visitors an even more representative market place at bC India 2013.
The exhibition space for bC India 2013 has been extended to a total of around 150,000 sq m. All in all, more than 700 exhibitors will showcase their latest products and innovations and around 40,000 trade visitors from India and abroad are expected to visit the show, says Thomas L?ffler, Chief Executive Officer, bC Expo India & Deputy CEO, MMI India. Excerpts from an interview with EQUIPMENT INDIA.
The recently concluded bC India exceeded all expectations. Take a look at the statistics: More than 22,000 visitors from 69 countries, 508 exhibitors from 30 countries, 70 per cent of them from abroad; the international flavour further underlined by nine international pavilions, creating a new dimension for the construction industry.