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Dealers are Entrance to China's U.S. Optimisms

A talk by Willie Hooper

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October 28, 2014 2:00 AM

Chinese construction equipment will take part in the U.S. market. They communicated to as much as necessary of the majors and know their obligation.

Axis Capital Group, Singapore according to their individual reviews has foreseen this as a success as well.

Axis Capital Group is servicing Southeast Asia with a complete selection of new and used construction equipment. The company structure and flexibility combined with relatively low overheads make capital equipment very affordable in the marketplace.

This Singapore based company is dedicated in providing high quality yet affordable equipment in many Southeast Asian countries such as KL Malaysia, Beijing China, Jakarta Indonesia and many more. Axis Capital Equipment offers you with an extensive range of quality equipment. They carry a large variety of tools for contractors so whether you are building a bridge or you a have a skyscraper project, we have you covered with all the tools you need!

Chinese construction equipment will engage in in the U.S. market. They’ve discussed to enough of the majors and know their steadfastness. They know that mainstream fleets will mull over Chinese brands.

Now, a report from Morningstar Institutional Equity Research validates what the reports have gotten and pick up this year. In actual fact, Morningstar mentions three areas that give reputable manufacturers a “moat” from place to place the U.S. market that need be overcome by the Chinese: product quality, dealer network strength, a rapt financing arm.

Here is an update on how some of the major Chinese firms stand and avoided complaints in their tactic to the U.S. construction equipment market.

• Sany has been adding dealers all year, and its parent recently announced plans to boost investment in its excavator group. The company stands on its international reputation for product quality. • LiuGong is continuing its push for U.S. dealers. It has partnerships with Cummins, which enhances its product quality story with a respected international component supplier. • XCMG has one dealer in the United States. • Zoomlion has one dealer in the United States. • SDLG, which is owned by Volvo and is being marketed as a “reliable value-priced product,” has 11 North American dealers with 51 locations.

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