March OHR webinar to offer new forecasts to 2025
By Mike Brezonick11 January 2021
Specialist consultant and forecaster Off-Highway Research will hold a further edition of its Off-Highway Global Briefing webinars on Tuesday, March 30. Speakers will review the state of the global construction equipment industry following a tumultuous 2020 and present updated forecasts for 2021-2025.
The hourlong event will start at 10 am EST/3.00 pm BST/ 4.00 pm CET.
Off-Highway Research Managing Director Chris Sleight said, “2020 was one of the most difficult and unpredictable years the global construction equipment industry has seen. The Off-Highway Global Briefing will give a concise, definitive view of the impacts the COVID-19 pandemic had on construction equipment sales and production around the world. Perhaps more importantly, the event will be used to present Off-Highway Research’s latest global and regional forecasts for 2021-2025.
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“After the unprecedented events of last year, manufacturers, component suppliers and other stakeholders in the industry are hungry for information about how the recovery will take shape in 2021 and beyond. The Off-Highway Global Briefing will not only present data and forecasts but will include in-depth discussion form industry experts about the driving factors for growth.”
As well as providing a global overview, the Off-Highway Global Briefing will include regional focusses on the key markets of China, Europe, India and North America. Joining Sleight to discuss these regions will be Shi Yang, Off-Highway Research’s director of Research in China and Samir Bansal, general manager of Off-Highway Research India.
The March event follows on from Off-Highway Research’s November 2020 webinar, which was attended by several hundred industry professionals around the world. While last year’s broad event covered the wider economic picture and discussed the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the industry, the March briefing will have a tight focus on the construction equipment segment.
“Every March, Off-highway Research issues its main data update, with final figures for the previous year and an extension of our forecasts,” said Sleight. “This webinar has been timed to coincide with that, and so attendees will be among the first to see our latest figures and will benefit from an exclusive discussion of the driving factors. They will also receive a post-event report which will only be made available to webinar attendees, which will allow them to further analyze and digest the information presented.”
The cost to attend the Off-Highway Global Briefing is $180/€150, which includes a post-event report. Off-Highway Research is part of KHL, a publisher of construction and power industry magazines that includes Diesel Progress and Diesel Progress International.