Concrete & Road Construction Equipment Market to Post 3.69% CAGR to 2021, Says Infiniti Research in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
17 Oct 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Concrete and road equipment encompass various construction devices that are used to mix different ingredients, to manufacture and transport concrete, and used for a range of road construction activities. Since the early 2000s, concrete has emerged as one of the most extensively used artificial stones as a road building material due to its high durability, high compressive strength and high resistance to extreme weather conditions.
The world’s market for concrete and road construction equipment is predicted to keep to an upward trend, exhibiting growth at a modest 3.69% CAGR between 2017 and 2021.
Some of the major market growth drivers comprise increasing number of smart cities globally and also introduction of smart concrete materials, ferrocement and self-curing concrete.
Volvo, Caterpillar, Terex, Deere and Komatsu are some of the leading companies operating in the concrete and road construction equipment market.
Cutting-edge research publication “Global Concrete and Road Construction Equipment Market 2017-2021” worked out by Infiniti Research gives an all-round guide to the market landscape as well as sheds light on the market performance and dynamics across the major geographical markets. This report draws up a clear picture of the present market scenario, touches upon the historical development patterns, characterises prevailing trends, examines the key forces hampering and driving the market growth. Moreover, a profound analysis of the competitive environment and profiles of top companies are included in this publication. Additionally, five-year future forecasts and an insightful overview of future growth prospects and challenges are at hand in this report.
Note that this report is available at a discounted price until December, 31, 2017.
A full collection of the publisher’s research studies can be found in the Infiniti Research catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.