Concrete pumping at Putzmeister has come a long way since its founder Karl Schlecht designed a mortar machine in 1958 based on his diploma thesis at the University of Stuttgart.
Off-Highway Research has predicted that the number of units sold will double to 89,030 by 2018 from the current year?s 46,755 units. As per the analysis, the real trigger of growth becomes available in 2017-18 when there is a dramatic surge
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.
Even though the initial mood at the recently concluded Excon was of apprehension, especially from the exhibitors, doubts that the mega show would really bring in focused footfalls, eventually everything turned upbeat, more positive and rather realistic. Of course, comparisons were inevitable, with the earlier Excon edition as well as the last bC India show but given the current scenario, the latest Excon edition went off quite well. Moreover, it mirrored the realistic approach of the CE stakehol
Trident International specialises in the design, development and supply of solid industrial tyres for construction, quarrying, underground mining, port and material handling equipment.
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.
Case India has launched F Series wheel loader, B Series motor grader and upgraded 752 vibratory compactor. Case Construction Equipment has recently launched F Series wheel loader and B Series motor grader and has also introduced the upgraded version of 752 vibratory
The bC India show will facilitate closer interaction among German technology suppliers and the Indian construction industry, paving the way for increased global interest in the Indian market. Hence it would be a ?win-win? situation for the industry, says Rajesh Nath, Managing Director, VDMA India. Excerpts from the interview.