Construction Week|July 2020
Goes without saying that the pandemic did bring life to a screeching halt. It also brought down businesses who were not dealing into essential commodities. However, with the need to get the economy back on track, it’s necessary that the government begin with restarting infrastructure projects. Setting the wheels in motion will see a slow improvement for equipment.
OEMs, on their part, are working even more closely with contractors and customers today. All the while, they were advising their customers on ways to maintain their machines during the lockdown. However, going forward, most of them are expecting many of the old practices to change.
Piero Guizzetti, CEO, MB Crusher India, says, “We believe that the prevalent practice of manual crushing will decrease significantly going forward. With the need to quickly resume onsite execution as the economy picks itself back up, private contractors will try to ensure timely completion of their projects and our machines fit well with such timebound, mobile and operationally demanding requirements.”
For MB India, it is important to understand its contractors’ specific requirements in terms of productivity and find solutions that fit their operational and financial objectives. They also carefully consider workloads of the clients, to ensure that maximum utility is planned for any investment they make.
The need to understand clients is even more important now than ever before. Most people are confused about the future and what it will bring. Raj Shrivastav, executive in-charge, crushing & screening, TIL, says, “We offer our equipment & solutions to exactly match the customer requirements. Our plants are robustly built and designed to achieve the promised performance. As a company, we are committed to extending full technical support throughout the lifecycle of our equipment.”
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