Sales through dealership network continue to dominate the truck cranes market revenues. In a bid to expand the market presence, strengthening of dealership network remains the prominent strategy of heavy-duty equipment manufacturers. As road regulations across regions vary, OEMs are also incorporating region-specific developments in the equipment design of truck cranes in addition to expanding the dealership networksNotable developments in the truck crane market are,
Compliance with Tier IV Final emission standards in the US has become a prominent milestone for manufacturers in the truck cranes market. Along with introducing low-emission diesel engines, manufacturers are also implementing advanced technologies to achieve fuel efficiency and enhanced productivity. In addition, truck cranes are utilized for goods delivery around the city where diesel emissions are strictly controlled. Manufacturers in the truck cranes market have introduced low-emission engines. For instance, Lawson, a prominent truck cranes provider has introduced a CNG-powered engine and a new ePTO- electric power take-off system in truck cranes. Another example of the implementation of low-emission engines in truck engines is a partnership of Scania and Kobelco wherein Scania will provide the low-emission engine for Kobelco cranes.
Delivery of Higher Equipment Lifecycle Values – A Prime Focus of Truck Crane Manufacturers
Heavy-duty equipment industry has witnessed the rapid implementation of advanced technologies in a bid to optimize operational costs of equipment downtime and increase the uptime. Manufacturers in the truck cranes market have incorporated multiple predictive maintenance technologies to deliver improved maintenance and repair services.
Modern Truck Cranes Combine Efficient Lifting and Faster Transportation
In a bid to accommodate increasing demand for compact-sized yet efficient construction equipment in infrastructure projects,manufacturers are integratingmultiple operations in equipment to deliver higher productivity. Development of a purpose-built chassis is another prominent trend wherein feasible integration of standard components, ranging from tires to engine reduces maintenance costs. To deliver a cost-efficient and easily maneuverable equipment, manufacturers in the truck cranes market are combining better lifting capacities with easier transport.
The competitive landscape section of the truck cranes market report provides a dashboard view of all the key players operating in the global landscape of the truck cranes market. Few of the profiled players in the truck cranes market are Liebherr Group, Kato Works Co. Ltd., Sany Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., Tadano Ltd., The Manitowoc Company, Inc., XCMG Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., Elliott Equipment Company (U.S.), Böcker Maschinenwerke GmbH (Germany), Terex Corporation (U.S.) and Manitex International Inc. (U.S.)
Manufacturers in the truck cranes market are leveraging product introduction and strengthening of dealership network in a bid to maintain the market presence. For instance, Liebherr Group’s new mobile cranes were added in the truck cranes fleet of rental service providers including Albert Regel GmbH in April 2018 and Gruas Aguilar in October 2018.
Tadano Ltd. has introduced a new right-hand drive truck cranes models the GT-750ER, GT-600ER and GT-300ER in April 2018 to strengthen market position in Southeast Asia, Africa and other left-hand traffic regions. Manitowoc Company, Inc. launched its new Grove TMS500-2 truck crane with quick set up and versatile taxi capabilities at Crane Days 2018 in June 2018.
The truck cranes market report provides market segmentation wherein the track cranes market is categorized based on end-use application, lifting capacity and region. The market structure with these details covers all the vital aspects of the heavy-duty equipment industry. Based on end-use application, demand for truck cranes remains steady from the end use applications including commercial, construction site, industrial applications, forestry, shipyard and others.