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European Construction Tractors Market Examined in New Report Published by MarketPublishers.com

16 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Despite a moderation in demand from the 2003-2008 pace due to a slowdown in global economic and construction expenditure growth, gains in the world construction equipment market are still expected to be quite healthy. Rising urban population levels, ongoing industrialization efforts and increased investment in public infrastructures will cause world construction spending to rise, stimulating demand for new equipment. The adoption of more stringent emissions standards in Canada, the US and the European Union will make construction machinery more expensive in those areas, adding to the value of the global market.

New research report “Construction Tractors in Europe to 2015: Market Databook” elaborated by World Market Intelligence provides a top-level overview and granular category insight into the operating environment of the construction equipment industry in Europe. It is an essential tool for companies active across the European construction value chain as well as for emerging market players.

Report Scope:

  • overview of the construction tractors market in Europe;
  • analysis of the European construction tractors market, including full year 2010 consumption value and forecasts till 2015;
  • historic and forecast consumption value of the construction tractors market in Europe from 2006 to 2015;
  • historic and forecast consumption value of all the categories active across Europe’s construction tractors market from 2006 to 2015.

Report Details:

Title: Construction Tractors in Europe to 2015: Market Databook
Published: November, 2011
Pages: 20
Price: US$ 500

Reports on Construction Tractors Markets Examined across Other Countries are also Available: 

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at World Market Intelligence page.


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