Brazil Construction Equipment Market Report 2022: Strategic Assessment & Forecasts, 2021-2022 & 2028 -

2022-04-26 08:20:07 By : Ms. Monica wang

DUBLIN, April 07, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Brazil Construction Equipment Market - Strategic Assessment & Forecast 2022-2028" report has been added to's offering.

The construction equipment market in Brazil expects to grow at a CAGR of 6.79% by 2028.

The demand for construction equipment expects to grow at a significant pace during the forecast period. The government's investment in infrastructure, transport, ports, and renewable energy projects in 2021-2022 is likely to have positive impact on the demand for construction equipment in the market.


Civil engineering activities in the country are growing due to increased government investments in transport and infrastructure development projects, thereby expecting to drive the demand for construction equipment in the market.

The manufacturing segment accounted for approx. 11.3% of Brazil's GDP in 2020. In 2021, rise in economic activities and FDI investment had a positive impact on the industry.

Komatsu continuously invests in core capacities and strategic acquisitions that connect smart, diverse people and cutting-edge technologies to increase their presence in the Brazil construction equipment market.


This report is among the few in the market that offers outlook and opportunity analysis forecast in terms of:

Gain competitive intelligence about the economic scenario, advantages in Brazil, significant projects and investments, dynamics, and industry share.

Examples of the latest technologies.

Get presentation-ready format and easy-to-interpret data.

Enable decision-makers to make informed and profitable choices.

Gain expert quantitative and qualitative analysis on value/volume growth projections of the Brazil construction equipment market share.

Get COVID-19 impact analysis of the market

Company Profile of 19 vendors and distributors

Xuzhou Construction Machinery Group Co. Ltd.

Section 2 - the Market Overview

Economic Scenario, Foreign Direct Investment

Section 3 - Brazil Construction Equipment (Type & Application)

3.1 Brazil Construction Equipment Market by Type (Volume & Value)

Other Earth Moving Equipment (Other Loaders, Bulldozer, Trencher, Etc.)

Aerial Platform (Articulated Boom Lifts, Telescopic Boom Lifts, Scissor Lifts, Etc)

3.2 Brazil Construction Equipment Market by Application (Volume & Value)

Others (Power Generation and Utilities, Municipal Corporation Etc)

Market Drivers, Restraints, Trends, Key Economic Regions in Brazil, Advantage Brazil, FDI in Brazil, Import/Export Trend Analysis, Supply Chain. Covid-19 Impact

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