Japan Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association

Revenue From Construction Equipment Shipments Projected to Rise 1% for 2019

Japan’s construction equipment industry is expected to achieve healthy performance for fiscal 2018–2019, according to a demand forecast recently compiled by the Japan Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA). This continues a trend from both fiscal 2017 and early fiscal 2018 wherein sluggish domestic demand has been offset by stronger demand overseas, leading to higher revenues on the whole. Alongside this...

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Value of Construction Equipment Shipped Down Almost 11% for August

The value of construction equipment shipped in August fell 10.9 percent year-on-year, the 13th consecutive month of decline, according to data compiled by the Japan Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA). Export demand fell for the 16th consecutive month, while Japanese demand fell for the fifth straight month. Japanese demand grew for five types of equipment such as construction cranes, concrete...

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CEMA Forecasts 1.855 Trillion Yen in Shipment Value of Construction Equipment for Fiscal 2017

Shipment values of construction equipment are forecast at 1.855 trillion yen ($18.283 billion) in fiscal 2017, on a par with the previous year, according to the Japan Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA). This includes a forecast 822 billion yen in the domestic market, up 2 percent year-on-year, the first rise in two years. The forecast for exports is 1.033 trillion...

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March Construction Machinery Shipments Down, Domestic Demand Up First Time in Four Months

According to the Japan Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association, March construction equipment shipments amounted to 244.7 billion yen ($2.24 billion). This was down 9 percent from March of the previous year and represented an eighth consecutive month of decline. Domestic demand amounted to 118.2 billion yen, up 2 percent year on year, while overseas demand fell 18 percent year on year...

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