Construction equipment industry in India is expected to reach US$ 7 billion by 2020 from US$ 4.2 billion in 2017, in value terms. While, volume sale of construction equipment is expected to grow to 110815 units by 2022.

Construction equipment forms around 7 – 8 % of GDP and expected to give employment to more than 3.0 million people in the country by 2020. It also accounts for more than 60 per cent in total infrastructural investment (source: ibef.org)

L&E Segments can be classified into four segments:

  • Earth-moving equipment
  • Material-handling equipment and cranes
  • Concrete equipment
  • Road-building equipment
  • W lever links 16mm thick, sailma 350, a class area, total 8 links in one JCB
  • Wear plate, thickness 20mm, Grade-Hardox
  • Loader arm and cross box assembly. Loader arm 10 mm thick, SAIL350, a class area
  • Main rapper plate, thickness 8.00 mm, Grade B
  • Nose pressing, 10mm Sailma 350
  • Side plate -12 mm thickness grade B
  • Pivot plate, 16mm, Sailma 350
  • Spuare plate-20 mm thickness, Sailma
  • Side plate and main rapper, thickness 10 mm, Grade B