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Global demand for construction machinery is projected to expand 6.5 percent per year to $171 billion in 2015, matching the 2005-2010 rate of increase. Following a period of severe losses (2008-2010), ...

Global demand for construction machinery is projected to expand 6.5 percent per year to $171 billion in 2015, matching the 2005-2010 rate of increase. Following a period of severe losses (2008-2010), equipment sales are expected to rebound sharply in North America, Western Europe and Eastern Europe. At the same time, growth in the Africa/Mideast, Asia/ Pacific, and Central and South American markets is expected to decelerate through 2015, as both mining and construction activity expand at a more restrained pace.

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    • World Construction MachineryReportsnReports.com adds Freedonia Group Market Research Report “World ConstructionMachinery’’ to its store.World demand to rise 6.5% annually through 2015Global demand for construction machinery is projected to expand 6.5 percent per year to$171 billion in 2015, matching the 2005-2010 rate of increase. Following a period of severelosses (2008-2010), equipment sales are expected to rebound sharply in North America,Western Europe and Eastern Europe. At the same time, growth in the Africa/Mideast, Asia/Pacific, and Central and South American markets is expected to decelerate through 2015, asboth mining and construction activity expand at a more restrained pace.Industrialized countries to see accelerating growthEquipment demand in North America is forecast to grow nearly seven percent annuallybetween 2010 and 2015, as product sales in the US recover rapidly. Construction machineryconsumption in the US is projected to expand seven percent per annum during this time,after it declined dramatically between 2007 and 2010 because of turmoil in the residentialconstruction market and the global financial crisis. Double-digit annual residential buildingconstruction spending gains will fuel advances in the US market. Mexico is also expected toperform better through 2015 than during the previous five-year period.Following several years of sizeable losses (2008-2010), growth in the East and WestEuropean construction machinery markets is expected to accelerate. Moderate advances inconstruction spending and mining activity will stimulate increases in equipmentconsumption. The adoption of Stage IV emissions standards for off-highway engines by EUcountries, which is expected to drive up the prices of construction machinery, will add tofuture value gains.Asia/Pacific region to generate most new demandMore than half of all new equipment demand generated during the 2010-2015 period will beattributable to the Asia/ Pacific region, even though growth will slow. Sales of constructionmachinery are predicted to rise nearly seven percent per year through 2015 because ofhealthy construction spending gains and advances in mining output. Several major Asia/Pacific countries are forecast to record rapid growth, including India, China, Malaysia andIndonesia. China alone will account for 39 percent of all new construction machinerydemand between 2010 and 2015.Cranes, loaders, excavators to be fastest growing typesConsumption of cranes, loaders and excavators will expand at an aboveaverage pacethrough 2015. Many end users were not able to secure financing for their purchasesbetween 2008 and 2010 because of the global financial crisis, so demand for heavyequipment (e.g., cranes, off-highway trucks) declined sharply. Sales of these products areexpected to rebound through 2015. The cranes and draglines segment will benefit fromincreases in residential, commercial and industrial construction expenditures in urban areas.Loaders are extremely versatile and relatively inexpensive, so demand for these machines
    • will rise because of mining output growth and advances in all types of constructionspending. Global excavator consumption will be driven by mining and nonbuildingconstruction activity gains.Table of ContentsINTRODUCTIONI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYII. MARKET ENVIRONMENTGeneralWorld Economic OverviewRecent Historical TrendsWorld Economic OutlookWorld Population OverviewPopulationUrban PopulationWorld Construction OutlookNonbuildingResidential BuildingNonresidential BuildingPricing PatternsTechnology TrendsUsed & Rented MachineryLegal & Regulatory EnvironmentIII. OVERVIEWGeneralRegional OverviewDemandProductionInternational TradeDemand by ProductLoadersCranes & DraglinesExcavatorsOff-Highway Trucks & TractorsMixers, Pavers & Related EquipmentGraders, Rollers & Related EquipmentParts & AttachmentsRental & Leasing MarketsIV. NORTH AMERICAOverviewSupply & DemandOutlookUnited States
    • CanadaMexicoV. WESTERN EUROPEOverviewSupply & DemandOutlookGermanyFranceUnited KingdomItalySpainNetherlandsOther Western EuropeSwitzerlandBelgiumSwedenFinlandAustriaAll OtherVI. ASIA/PACIFICOverviewSupply & DemandOutlookChinaJapanIndiaSouth KoreaAustraliaIndonesiaOther Asia/PacificThailandTaiwanMalaysiaAll OtherVII. OTHER REGIONSCentral & South AmericaOverviewSupply & DemandOutlookBrazilChileOther Central & South AmericaArgentinaColombiaAll Other
    • Eastern EuropeOverviewSupply & DemandOutlookRussiaPolandOther Eastern EuropeCzech RepublicUkraineAll OtherAfrica/MideastOverviewSupply & DemandOutlookTurkeyOther Africa/MideastUnited Arab EmiratesSaudi ArabiaIranSouth AfricaAll OtherVIII. INDUSTRY STRUCTUREGeneralIndustry CompositionMarket ShareProduct Developing & ManufacturingMarketing & DistributionFinancial RequirementsMergers & AcquisitionsCooperative AgreementsCompany ProfilesAltai Motor Plant Joint Stock, see Concern Tractor PlantsAmerican Augers, see Astec IndustriesAsia Trak Tianjin, see CaterpillarAstec Industries IncorporatedAtlas Copco ABBelarusian Autoworks OJSCBell Equipment, see Deere &BEML LimitedBobcat, see Doosan InfracoreBOMAG, see Groupe FayatCarlson Paving Products, see Astec IndustriesCaterpillar IncorporatedCaterpillar Japan, see Caterpillar and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
    • Changsha Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Development Company LimitedChelyabinsk Tractor Plant-Uraltrac LimitedChicago Pneumatic Tool, see Atlas CopcoCNH Global, see Fiat IndustrialConcern Tractor Plants NVDeere & CompanyDeere-Hitachi Construction Machinery, see Deere & Company and HitachiDoosan Infracore Company LimitedDynapac, see Atlas CopcoEquipment Technology, see PALFINGERFiat Industrial SpAGAZ OAOGehl, see ManitouGroupe FayatGuangxi Liugong Machinery Company LimitedHamm, see Wirtgen GroupHartl Anlagenbau, see Atlas CopcoHerrenknecht AGHitachi LimitedHitachi Sumitomo Heavy Industries Construction Crane, see Hitachi and Sumitomo HeavyIndustriesHyundai Heavy Industries Company LimitedJCB LimitedJLG Industries, see OshkoshJoseph Vögele, see Wirtgen GroupKobe Steel LimitedKobelco Construction Machinery, see Fiat Industrial and Kobe SteelKomatsu LimitedKubota CorporationKurganmashzavod Joint Stock, see Concern Tractor PlantsLiebherr-International AGLink-Belt Construction Equipment, see Sumitomo Heavy IndustriesLonking Holdings LimitedManitou BF SAManitowoc Company IncorporatedMARINI, see Groupe FayatMcNeilus Companies, see OshkoshMitsubishi Heavy Industries LimitedNew Holland Kobelco Construction Machinery, see Fiat Industrial, Kobe Steel and SumitomoHeavy IndustriesOshkosh CorporationPALFINGER AGRoadtec, see Astec IndustriesSANY Heavy Industry Company LimitedSCHWING GmbHShandongM Machinery, see CaterpillarSumitomo Heavy Industries Limited
    • Tadano LimitedTata Motors LimitedTelco Construction Equipment, see Hitachi and Tata Motors10G, see CaterpillarTerex CorporationVietnam-Uraltrac Construction Machinery JVC, see Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant-UraltracVolvo ABWacker Neuson SEWirtgen GroupXiamen XGMA Machinery Company LimitedXuzhou Construction Machinery Group IncorporatedXuzhou XCMG Doosan Engine Xuzhou, see Doosan Infracore and Xuzhou ConstructionMachinery GroupOther Companies Mentioned in StudyLIST OF TABLESSECTION I — EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSummary TableSECTION II — MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region2 World Population by Region3 World Urban Population by Region4 World Construction Expenditures by Type & Region5 World Nonbuilding Construction Expenditures by Region6 World Residential Building Construction Expenditures by Region7 World Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures by Region8 World Construction Machinery PricesSECTION III — OVERVIEW1 World Construction Machinery Demand by Region2 World Construction Machinery Shipments by Region3 World Construction Machinery Net Exports by Region4 World Construction Machinery Demand by Product5 World Loader Demand by Region6 World Crane & Dragline Demand by Region7 World Excavator Demand by Region8 World Off-Highway Truck & Tractor Demand by Region9 World Mixer, Paver & Related Equipment Demand by Region10 World Grader, Roller & Related Equipment Demand by Region11 World Construction Machinery Parts & Attachments Demand by RegionSECTION IV — NORTH AMERICA1 North America: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand2 North America: Construction Machinery Demand by Product3 United States: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand4 United States: Construction Machinery Demand by Product5 Canada: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand
    • 6 Canada: Construction Machinery Demand by Product7 Mexico: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand8 Mexico: Construction Machinery Demand by ProductSECTION V — WESTERN EUROPE1 Western Europe: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand2 Western Europe: Construction Machinery Demand by Product3 Germany: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand4 Germany: Construction Machinery Demand by Product5 France: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand6 France: Construction Machinery Demand by Product7 United Kingdom: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand8 United Kingdom: Construction Machinery Demand by Product9 Italy: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand10 Italy: Construction Machinery Demand by Product11 Spain: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand12 Spain: Construction Machinery Demand by Product13 Netherlands: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand14 Netherlands: Construction Machinery Demand by Product15 Other Western Europe: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand16 Other Western Europe: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand by Product17 Other Western Europe: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand by CountrySECTION VI — ASIA/PACIFIC1 Asia/Pacific: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand2 Asia/Pacific: Construction Machinery Demand by Product3 China: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand4 China: Construction Machinery Demand by Product5 Japan: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand6 Japan: Construction Machinery Demand by Product7 India: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand8 India: Construction Machinery Demand by Product9 South Korea: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand10 South Korea: Construction Machinery Demand by Product11 Australia: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand12 Australia: Construction Machinery Demand by Product13 Indonesia: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand14 Indonesia: Construction Machinery Demand by Product15 Other Asia/Pacific: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand16 Other Asia/Pacific: Construction Machinery Demand by Product17 Other Asia/Pacific: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand by CountrySECTION VII — OTHER REGIONS1 Central & South America: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand2 Central & South America: Construction Machinery Demand by Product3 Brazil: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand4 Brazil: Construction Machinery Demand by Product5 Chile: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand6 Chile: Construction Machinery Demand by Product
    • 7 Other Central & South America: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand8 Other Central & South America: Construction Machinery Demand by Product9 Other Central & South America: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand by Country10 Eastern Europe: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand11 Eastern Europe: Construction Machinery Demand by Product12 Russia: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand13 Russia: World Construction Machinery Demand by Product14 Poland: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand15 Poland: Construction Machinery Demand by Product16 Other Eastern Europe: Construction Machinery Supply & DemandLIST OF TABLES17 Other Eastern Europe: Construction Machinery Demand by Product18 Other Eastern Europe: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand by Country19 Africa/Mideast: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand20 Africa/Mideast: Construction Machinery Demand by Product21 Turkey: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand22 Turkey: Construction Machinery Demand by Product23 Other Africa/Mideast: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand24 Other Africa/Mideast: Construction Machinery Demand by Product25 Other Africa/Mideast: Construction Machinery Supply & Demand by CountrySECTION VIII — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 Construction Machinery Sales for Selected Companies, 20102 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures3 Selected Cooperative AgreementsLatest Market Research Reports: China Smart Meter Industry ( 2011 Deep Research Report ) Global Programmable DC Power Supplies and DC Electronic Load Markets 2011 U.S. Smart Appliances – A Customer Perspective on Demand-Response Machine Tools in China Shale Gas: Products & Services Mobile Social Commerce: Social Media + Mobile Commerce Creates Market Opportunities Google Market Intelligence The World Market for Metal Oxide NanopowdersAbout Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 75,000 market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689
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