The report presents the current situation on the Russian market for
construction machinery, the most recent production and import figures, broken
down by the most popular type of equipment. The report also outlines the
latest trends and developments on the market, and presents the profiles of the
major domestic and foreign players on the Russian market.
Key issues discussed in the publication:
- examination of the macroeconomic environment in Russia and its impact on
construction companies' readiness to invest in revamping and upgrading their
construction equipment stock
- assessment of Russian construction companies' financial standing and the
latest trends in fixed capital investment
- analysis of the Russian construction market and indication of the regions
with the highest growth rates
- study of the most recent trends in domestic production of building
machinery broken down by producers
- overview of the most recent trends in machinery imports broken down by
- presentation of the major domestic and foreign players present on the
Russian construction equipment market.
Key market characteristics comprise:
- Russian construction market has recovered after the recent downturn and
massive infrastructure development works are ongoing and planned - as a
result, demand for construction machinery is growing fast.
- Another factor behind the recent surge in the construction equipment
market is that the construction equipment stock in use by construction
companies is mostly obsolete and in need of replacement.
- More and more construction equipment producers intend to enter the Russian
market or strengthen their presence there.
Publication provides answers to vital business questions:
- What is the value of the Russian construction equipment market?
- Who is the biggest player on the Russian market?
- What are the prospects for the construction equipment market in Russia?
- Who is winning in the battle between domestic and foreign brands?
- Which brands are most frequently imported?
- What is the condition of building machinery stock in Russia?
- What is the share of imported equipment in total stock?
When the publication will be useful:
- starting operations on the Russian equipment market
- planning expansion on the Russian market
- developing corporate strategy
- effecting a merger or acquisition on the Russian market
- considering forming a partnership with a Russian producer/distributor
- monitoring competitors on the Russian market
- analysing investment opportunities on the Russian market
- ... and in many other business situations!
Companies in this report
Ammann, Autocrane, Avant, Bobcat, Bomag, Caterpillar, Changlin, ChLMZ, ChMZ,
CNH, Dingsheng Tiangong, Donetsky Mashzavod, Donex, Doosan, Dormash, Dressta,
Dynapac, ELAZ, Exmash, Ferronordic , Foton, GAKZ, GAZ Group, Gazprom-Kran,
Grove, Hamm, HBM, Hidromek, Hitachi, Hyundai, JCB, John Deere, KAZ, Komatsu,
Kraneks, Leskhozmash, Liebherr, LiuGong, Long Gong, Lonmadi, Luqing, Manitou,
Motovilikhinskiye Zavody, Mustang, Orel-Pogruzchik, OZTM, Sakai, Sarex, SDLG,
SEM, Shantui, Smolspetstekh, Sunward, TechStroyContract, Terex, Tesab, Tractor
Plants, TVEX, Uglichmash, UMZ-2, Universal,, Stroytekhnika , Uralvagonzavod,
Volvo, Wacker Neuson, Wirtgen, XCMG, XGMA, Yigong, YTO, Zlatex
Extract from this report
- A significant depletion in construction machinery stock has been observed
since 2000. The most substantial reduction in the number of units of equipment
in use has been observed in wheel tractor-scrapers (-75%) and wheeled cranes
- Construction equipment produced by foreign manufacturers has been growing
steadily in popularity over the last decade, with customers increasingly
turning toward better productivity and reliability.
Word from the author
“Last year, the Russian construction market finally recovered from the
recent downturn. The total volume of construction output increased by 5% and
much more robust figures are expected in the near future considering massive
infrastructure development plans going forward, especially in road
construction. The construction equipment used by builders is mostly obsolete
and needs to be replaced for construction companies to be able to manage the
large volumes of incoming work. This is driving the demand for new machinery
to pre-crisis levels and above.” Robert Obetkon, Senior