Overwhelmed by the previous year’s huge positive response, Macons has decided to become a part of bC India 2013 once again. Describing the show as one of the best podium to launch and explore new products, Mr. Dharmesh Surelia, Chairman & Managing Director said, “We have decided to launch a new product with latest advanced technology. Keeping the requirement of customers in mind, we have designed the user-friendly machines which will fulfill the need of emerging Indian infrastructure & construction industries. Besides this, we would also like to display our Compact Concrete Batching/Mixing plants; Self-loading Transit Mixers, Mobile Concrete Batching/Mixing plants, Kerb Paver, and so on.”
Sharing his other plan he informed, “We are even looking forward to start new business ventures to take our company to new heights as the exhibition provides an excellent platform for networking, investment and exchange of ideas and information.”
Being very positive on the CE demand in 2013-14, Mr. Dharmesh said that in recent years, India has witnessed massive investment in the construction industry from both public and private sector which has led to increase the demand of construction equipment. The government sector is working upon infrastructural development to shape the future of building and the best facilities in India which would lead to efficient economic growth and development. With the strong demand emanating from the government backed infrastructure projects, the segment is poised to register a remarkable compound annual growth rate of around 21% during 2011-2015, as per their estimates.
He further added, expecting a significant growth from infrastructure, the current 5 year plan of the government i.e. upto 2017, includes doubling the investments in this sector, compared to recent one. Big investments are planned for expanding country’s energy & water supply; roads, rail networks, ports, airports etc.