MOBILE CRANES

PUBLISH DATE: OCTOBER 2015

TABLE OF CONTENTS

NORTH AMERICAN SALES

Sales Breakdown by Segment
Sales Breakdown by Region
Market Trends

MARKET SHARES

All-terrain Cranes
Rough-terrain Cranes
Industrial Cranes
Hydraulic Truck Cranes
Lattice Boom Cranes

NORTH AMERICAN PRODUCTION

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS

COMPONENT SUPPLY

FIELD POPULATION

FORECAST

MANUFACTURER SUMMARY


Badger Equipment
Broderson Manufacturing
Grove Worldwide
Kobelco
Liebherr
Lift Systems
Link-Belt
Manitowoc
Sany America
Tadano America
Terex
Valla

MANUFACTURER CONTACT INFORMATION

CURRENT MODELS AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report is an update to our previous report on mobile cranes dated May 2013. The report covers the sales and production of crawler lattice boom, all-terrain, rough-terrain, hydraulic truck and industrial cranes. It does not provide any information on pin-mounted hydraulic truck or tower cranes. Most cranes are used in non-residential construction projects, with the exception of high-rise apartment buildings and high-rise condominiums, which are more like commercial buildings and require lifting heavy materials to great heights.

Crane manufacturers design their cranes for a variety of applications. Most cranes have the ability to be fitted with whatever specialty attachment a particular project needs. For example, higher capacity crawler cranes are often used on power generation projects. All-terrain cranes are getting more attention because they can drive on either roads or rough-terrain environments as the case may be; cranes are designed in a sophisticated way to do many things, and generally they are costly to operate and costly to own.