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Strong Growth For Indian Construction Industry (23-08-2019)
The Indian construction industry is predicted to grow at an average rate of 6.4% between 2018 and 2023, according to GlobalData.
In other news related to the Indian construction industry, Off-Highway Research recently revealed that sales of construction equipment, including mobile cranes, grew 35% in India last year.
This was the third successive year of robust growth and took the market to a record high of 98,204 units. This level of demand was some 44% above the previous market high, seen in 2011.
GlobalData reported that positive developments in economic conditions, improvement in investor confidence and investments in transport infrastructure, energy and housing projects helped the Indian construction industry grow 8.8% in 2018, up from 1.9% in 2017.
If the Indian construction industry grew at the predicated rate of 6.4% a year between 2018 and 2023 it would have a value of approximately US$690 billion.
Infrastructure projects have been a key part of the Indian government’s strategy for growth. In the budget, the government increased its expenditure towards infrastructure development by 20.9% from INR4.9 trillion (US$75.9 billion) to INR6.0 trillion (US$89.2 billion).
Residential construction is expected to remain the largest market over the forecast period, accounting for 30.1% of the industry’s total value in 2023.
Equipment segment sales
The data provided by Off-Highway Research revealed that, regarding construction equipment segments, the growth in 2018 was mainly due to backhoe loaders. This segment leapt from 32,728 units sold in 2017 to an unprecedented 45,552 machines – a near 40% rise.
In addition, the Indian crawler segment saw strong growth last year, with sales rising 27% to more than 25,000 units. Notwithstanding the continued popularity of the backhoe loader, crawler excavators are becoming increasingly important in the Indian construction industry and are selling in volumes which have never been seen before.
Equipment sales forecast
Off-Highway research forecasts an 11% decline in sales this year due to the disruption that the general election was cause. However, the longer-term trajectory for India is for growth in equipment sales, with demand expected to surpass 100,000 units by 2021.
German crane rental company Krandienst Schuch has replaced an old Demag AC 40 City crane with a new version of the same crane.
From left to right: Roland Faust (Demag training department), Martin Stiffel (Demag training department), Dieter Hirsch (Schuch crane operator), and Michael Zieger (Demag sales manager)
According to Demag, part of the Tadano Group, the company plans to use it for lifts that have limited space, as well as handling machinery and prefabricated homes and assembling high-pressure press systems and other jobs that require lifts in limited space.
“I operated the Demag AC 40 City for several years so I’m perfectly familiar with the quality that characterised every single aspect of it. I also know that the new AC 45 City is even better at a bunch of things,” said Schuch crane operator Dieter Hirsch who picked the crane up from the Demag AC 45 City factory in Zweibrücken, Germany.
Crane Overturned : Wind Takes Big Crawler And A Tele (21-08-2019)
A 600 tonne – or larger – lattice crawler crane overturned on Sunday night at a wind farm in Flörsheim-Dalsheim, near Worms in central Germany.
The crane a large Terex – possibly a 600 tonne CC2800 or 1,200 tonne CC6800??- owned by Sarens, was set up at the site, complete with Superlift attachment and jib, to carry out maintenance work on the turbines, and possibly install a tower crane.
Strong winds on Sunday night, including a tornado in some parts of the country, possibly exasperated by soft ground, brought the crane down, as it went over it caught the extended boom of a telescopic assist crane also from the Sarens fleet. The lattice boom landed on a container and what looks like a tower crane jib set up on trestles.
There was no one on site at the time and overturn was reported to police by walkers. It looks as thought the crawler was left parked on the edge of its mats which might not have helped the situation. It is also hard to understand why the telescopic was left with its boom extended.
We are making further enquiries and will update this – if and when we learn more.