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Expect 40 Percent Increase in Sales : Nitin Gadkari to Construction Equipment Industry (11-12-2019)
Bengaluru: “The Construction Equipment industry can hope to expect a 40% increase in sales in the near future, as the Government is pumping huge amounts of investment in road and other infrastructure projects such as the development of waterways, airports, ports, and smart cities. But the private sector should focus on bringing down the cost of construction and pollution,” said Shri. Nitin Jairam Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport & Highways, and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India.
Delivering his inaugural address at CII’s EXCON 2019, the 10th edition of South Asia’s largest construction equipment trade fair, here today, Mr Gadkari said that the Prime Minister’s vision is to make India a USD 5 trillion economy. To achieve this goal, the government is embarking on major infrastructure and industrial projects worth Rs 100 lakh crores. “For the road sector alone, the Centre is investing Rs 2 lakh crores this year. The amount of investment for the next year will increase to Rs 3 lakh crores. Within the next five years, the total government spend on the road infrastructure will be about Rs 17 lakh crores,” he said.
The Minister urged the part the private players in the construction industry to focus on mechanization, adoption of advanced technologies and global best practices, usage of LNG and bio-fuels, and innovations in using waste materials as raw materials for their construction projects in order to reduce the cost of construction, and pollution.
Participating as the Guest of Honor, Shri.B. S. Yediyurappa, Chief Minister of Karnataka, said that Karnataka is an emerging hub for construction equipment, component outsourcing base and design base. The State presents huge business opportunities for the construction industry, as it is embarking on major infrastructure development projects in roads & flyovers, industrial infrastructure and power.
Mr Vikram S Kirloskar, President, CII, in his address, said that the cost of doing business in India is set to come down as the government is keen on rebooting the infrastructure in roads, ports, railways, waterways by fast-tracking infrastructure projects. The construction equipment industry can face the tough market situation prevailing now by focusing on being ready for Industry 4.0 and reinventing itself.
In his special address, Mr Azim Premji, Founder, Chairman Wipro Limited, said that a well-planned, modern infrastructure is extremely important for India to achieve its USD 5 trillion target. Currently India spends about 5% of its GDP towards infrastructure development. It should increase it at least to 6%, which is what China spends for its infrastructure development.
Delivering his theme address, Mr Vipin Sondhi, Chairman, CII Trade Fairs Council, said that the construction equipment industry is witnessing a digital influx with the advent of artificial intelligence, telematics, Internet of Things, and Big Data making construction equipment intelligent and connected. These developments would increase the site efficiency and productivity of the construction projects in India.
In his address, Mr Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, CII, said that EXCON has attained world class success thanks to its concerted efforts to be a platform for the promotion of innovation and sustainability in the construction equipment sector. “EXCON is recognized as the largest exhibition and the top most B2B event in the country. This year, with the focus on AI, and IoT, it is set to transform the construction sector,” he remarked.
Proposing a vote of thanks, Mr Sandeep Singh, President, ICEMA & Vice Chairman, CII Karnataka, said that reducing the cost of construction is possible when the usage of equipment is maximized. For that to happen, the government needs to ensure the flow of funds to the infrastructure projects.
The inaugural session celebrated women in infrastructure by introducing, Women Building India- Equal Opportunity Awards and recognized companies from the Infrastructure sector who have taken proactive steps to enable women to participate in the workforce. The esteemed winners announced were;
# Cummins India Limited – Inclusive Workplace for Women Award
# JCB India Ltd– The Special Initiative (Shop Floor) Award
# Feedback Energy Distribution Co Ltd (FEDCO) – The Special Initiative (Unskilled Workforce) Award
A report titled “Women in Infrastructure” was released during the inaugural ceremony. The report uncovers the current status of women participation in the sector and best practices that can enable the sector to include more women as it continues to develop.
The inaugural session also witnessed the signing a MoU between the Education Department (Higher) of Government of Karnataka and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on Industry Institute Connect. The MOU will focus on creating a taskforce of Government and CII on facilitation of skilling and teaching content in the construction equipment sector.
A few weeks ago, the prototype of the most powerful offshore wind turbine in the world was erected for testing at the Dutch port of Rotterdam.
The nacelle of the General Electric Haliade-X 12 MW wind turbine weighs 675 tonnes it was built in St Nazaire, France and shipped to Rotterdam by barge. Lifting it into place required two 1,350 tonne fully rigged crawler cranes. Dutch crane and transport group Mammoet was contracted to erect the turbine, it contracted the lifting to Danish crane and access rental company BMS which used two 1,350 tonne Liebherr LR 11350 crawler cranes, rigged with heavy duty Power booms. One of the cranes came straight off the production line and was delivered directly from the Liebherr plant in Ehingen, while the other is owned by Van Adrighem is on a three year rehire contract to BMS.
The job can be see in the time lapse video below.
The two cranes began by lifting the top section of the 150 metre tower and tracking it around 20 metres into position. Next came the nacelle, which with hooks and rigging created a total load of 780 tonnes. The two cranes were positioned over the 14 metre high nacelle and had to wait two days for wind conditions to be right, they then raised the load to 150 metres and tracked into the tower and lowered it into position. The entire lift took just over an hour.
One of the cranes was then disassembled and moved to another job, while the new one was rigged with luffing jib to install the three 107 metre long carbon hybrid rotor blades. The 12MW turbine generates 67 Gigawatt hours of electricity a year, 45 percent more than the current largest unit, and sufficient to power 16,000 households.