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Bulldozer Market

Bulldozer Market - By Product Type, By Type, By Applications, By Operating Weight, By Horsepower, By Flywheel Power, By Blade Type & Global Region - Market Size, Trends, Opportunity and Forecast 2020-2025

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  • Status : Ongoing
  • Published on: March 2021
  • Report ID: KDMI-3857
  • Available Format: PDF/Execel/DOC
  • Delivery Time: 24-48 hrs

The global bulldozers market size was US$ 22.5 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 34.76 billion by 2025, exhibiting a CAGR of 5.2% during the forecast period.

Bulldozer is a heavy-duty type of off-road vehicle equipped with metal blade, in other words large and powerful tracked heavy equipment. It is usually used in construction work to push soil, debris, sand, or other such materials. A wide range of blades can be attached to these bulldozers such as sigma-4 blades and straight blades for leveling the ground and hybrid angular blades, universal and semi-universal blades for pushing, hauling and scooping materials. It is also equipped with a torque divider that is mainly used to convert and use engine power for advanced dragging capabilities. There is a wide variety of bulldozers available in the market today.

Bulldozers can be used on a wider range of sites, industries, military bases, mines and quarries, engineering projects, heavy industry factories, and farms. They have transmission systems that are designed to take advantage of the track system and provide excellent tractive force.  Owing to these attributes, bulldozers are more frequently used in construction, road building, mining, forestry, infrastructure development, land clearing, and any other projects where their major requirement for equipment is highly mobile, powerful, and stable earth-moving equipment. Bulldozers designed to use in warfare engineering works are usually equipped with armor to protect the bulldozer driver from debris and other such materials. This also makes the bulldozers idle to be used in combat zones. Bulldozers are sometimes also called crawlers. Another popular type of bulldozers is the wheeled bulldozer. These bulldozers generally have four wheels driven by a four-wheel-drive system and have a hydraulic, articulated steering system. Their blade is mounted forward of the articulation joint, and it is hydraulically actuated.

Traditional bulldozers have been modified over time to evolve as new machines that can work in new and advanced ways that the conventional bulldozer cannot.  One of the examples of evolution of conventional bulldozer is a loader tractor. A loader tractor was created by removing bulldozer’s blades and substituting them with a large-volume bucket and hydraulic arms. This mechanism can raise and lower the bucket which makes it useful for scooping up earth and loading the sand or soil it into trucks. These loader tractors are often known as a Drott or track loader. In recent years, research, development, and innovations in the construction technology have helped to make remote-controlled bulldozers a reality. Heavy machineries can be controlled from up to 1,000 feet away with latest innovations. This feature contributes to the safety precautionary measures for workers on the jobsite.

Rise in automation and increased use of machinery to ease humans' work in various industries such as construction, agriculture, infrastructure, and mining have increased the utilization of bulldozer in these sectors. Owing to this automated growth, increase in demand can be seen and subsequently raising production rate of off-road vehicles is projected to drive the growth of the bulldozer market during the forecast period. Moreover, construction and mining industries are the continuously growing industries all over the globe and are likely to expand further during the forecast period. This is estimated to propel the market growth for bulldozer market. Bulldozer and heavy construction equipment manufacturers are catering to the demand of customers by developing compact variants of these heavy vehicles that can be easily operated on uneven terrains and limited space, thereby providing a major boost to the market growth. Government institutes in various countries across the globe are spending more on infrastructure and transportation. This increase in the transportation and infrastructure investment is expected to further drive the global bulldozer market.  In line with this, infrastructure and related industries’ development, especially in the developing nations of Asia-Pacific and LAMEA regions, has propelled bulldozers' widespread adoption for constructing roads, buildings, airports, and railways. This factor promises lucrative opportunities for the global bulldozer market to grow.

Although there are a lot factors that promises the growth in the global bulldozer market, however the high cost and maintenance expenditure of these heavy vehicles are anticipated to significantly restrain the growth of bulldozer market. In addition to this, labor shortage is also a major issue that is likely to restrain the global bulldozer market.

The bulldozer market can be segmented based on end-use industry, engine capacity, and geography. Based on end-use industry, the market is segmented in military, construction, infrastructure, mining, and agriculture. The construction industry segment is likely to hold a major share of the market due to increased scope of utilization of bulldozers for transportation and infrastructure. Based on engine capacity, the global bulldozer market is classified into less than 5L, 5L to 10L, and more than 10L. In terms of regions, the global bulldozer market can is bifurcated into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and LAMEA.

Key players operating in the global bulldozer market include Cummins Inc., Deutz AG, J. C. Bamford Excavators Ltd., Hitachi Construction Equipment, Volvo Construction, Komatsu, Caterpillar Inc., Liebherr Group, Kubota Corporation, and Deere and Company.


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