Sales for world’s top construction OEMs surprisingly strong

By Andy Brown07 May 2021

Sales for the world’s top 50 construction equipment manufacturers in 2020 were impacted less severely by the Covid-19 pandemic and national lockdowns than had been feared, according to International Construction’s Yellow Table.

The Yellow Table – which ranks the world’s top 50 OEMs by sales – has enjoyed several years of good growth, with last year’s table coming in at a record-high of US$202.7 billion. However, with the market already thought to have reached the peak of its current cycle and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns, a large fall in 2020 was anticipated.

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