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Angold Updates Drilling At Dorado Indicating New Gold Zones

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Angold’s CEO, Mr. Adrian Rothwell, stated: “These results are extremely compelling with newly defined zones of mineralization, gold in all drill holes to date, and further large step outs. As the synthesis and interpretation of Lajitas results is being compiled, we are also targeting at Lajitas South with a final program of geophysics prior to drilling. With gold mineralization at surface at Lajitas South, and further expansion at Lajitas, the Dorado project certainly has the potential to be a major deposit in the region.”

Key Highlights

Lajitas 2021 Drilling Highlights:

  • 301 m at 0.71 g/t Au beginning at surface in hole DO-21-01
  • 110 m at 0.75 g/t Au beginning at 200 m in hole DO-21-02
  • 248 m at 0.75 g/t Au beginning at 168 m in hole DO-21-03
  • 84 m at 0.40 g/t Au beginning at 166 m in hole DO-21-04
  • 196 m at 0.51 g/t Au beginning at 296 m in hole DO-21-07

Another Extension: Hole DO-21-07 extends mineralization 85 m NW and 130 m below historic drilling (hole LJ10027r) on the NE edge of the deposit, and stepped out 100 m NE of DO-21-01.

High Grade: Results in Phase I demonstrate the higher grade potential of the deposit (68 m at 1.30 g/t Au beginning at 156 m in DO-21-01, and 74 m at 1.25 g/t beginning at 194 m in DO-21-03) with intercepts over 1 g/t Au in many holes.

New Zones: A new zone was discovered near the bottom of DO-21-02 (30 m at 1.24 g/t Au), which has extended the West Zone of mineralization at depth by approximately 80 m below historic drill hole SF01. Two new zones were intersected near the top of DO-21-02. Shorter intercepts identified new zones in holes DO-21-06 and DO-21-08, extending mineralization to the SSW.

Extensive Mineralization: Gold mineralization at Lajitas has now been confirmed over a vertical extent of at least 450 m and beginning from surface, and between the East and West Zones.

Structural Interpretation Underway: Interpretation of 2021 drill results is being synthesized with historic results to determine future expansion targets.

Further Drilling Scheduled: The Company is planning a significant second drill program for later in 2021.  Infrastructure remains at site for further 2021 drilling.

Undrilled Targets Remain: Lajitas South results show a previously unrecognized mineralized system approximately 1.2 x 2.2 km, a factor larger than Lajitas with grades at surface of up to 0.63 g/t Au. The recently identified Lajitas South target features multiple overlapping anomalies consistent with other major deposits in the Maricunga Belt and will be drilled later in 2021.

Drilling Context and Geology

Hole DO-21-07, which aimed to test the depth potential below hole DO-21-03, returned 196 m at 0.51 g/t Au and included 28 m at 1.04 g/t Au. Consistently high grades (up to 4.06 g/t Au (over 2 m)) were experienced in this initial Phase I of test drilling. These include grades over 1 g/t Au in multiple long intercepts of up to 74 m in oxide material. New zones have been identified and mineralization remains open to the NE, SW and at depth. A total of 4,255 m of drilling has been completed and holes 8 and 9 are pending assay.

Mineralization in DO-21-07 demonstrates depth potential for at least 130 m below DO-21-01 along a strike length of over 200 m and is open at depth.

Phase 1 drilling has confirmed that Lajitas is a porphyry gold/epithermal gold deposit typical of major deposits in the Maricunga Belt. Drilling has confirmed that gold is hosted in banded quartz-magnetite veins and epithermal-type quartz veins in a hydrothermal breccia surrounding a diorite porphyry. Mineralization is strongly fracture controlled, located adjacent to a prominent triple intersection between faults that strike NNE, NNW, and ENE.  As discussed in the previous press release (ANGOLD DRILLS 248 METRES AT 0.75 G/T IN STEP-OUT HOLE AT DORADO on May 25), the presence of two distinct types of gold-bearing mineralization in the Lajitas deposit expands the scope of exploration on the project, providing multiple deposit types to target.

Drilling has expanded the previously drilled deposit and indicates potential for a Maricunga type pipe-like deposit with excellent depth potential. At this stage, the deposit is more than 600 meters wide and 450 m deep. Drilling has expanded the depth potential from the average 300-m depth of drilling to about 450 m, and the deposit is open at depth.

The Lajitas hydrothermal system is vertically and horizontally zoned with deeper gold-bearing vein mineralization occurring with biotite-magnetite alteration overprinted by chlorite-illite and grading outward to illite-kaolinite-smectite clay alteration. Shallowest alteration is characterized by alunite-kaolinite-quartz with local gypsum veinlets. These alteration types are typical of other Maricunga deposits in the region, and the zoning indicates additional potential at depth, similar to many surrounding deposits. The alteration patterns also provide important vectors for other, larger exploration targets on the project; combined with the recognition of mineralization hosted in hydrothermal breccias at NNW-NNE structural intersections, they provide powerful guides to mineralization. 

Drill results have provided the geologic understanding required to effectively target drilling on numerous geologic, geochemical, and geophysical targets on the project with similar signatures and settings to Lajitas, indicating impressive potential for gold mineralization. Interpretation and drill targeting is underway for these additional expansion opportunities.

DRILL RESULTS

Table 1: Assay Results

Hole ID

Length, m

g/t Au

From, m

To, m

Notes

DO-21-01

302

0.71

0

302


including

34

0.90

76

110


and

68

1.30

156

224


DO-21-02

16

0.35

58

74


DO-21-02

16

0.38

116

132


DO-21-02

110

0.75

200

310


including

30

1.04

228

258


and

32

1.11

270

298


DO-21-02

30

1.24

408

438

Extended

DO-21-03

248

0.75

168

416

Extended

including

74

1.25

194

268


and

26

1.12

348

374


DO-21-04

84

0.40

166

250

New, extended

DO-21-04

18

0.25

324

342


DO-21-04

14

0.21

358

372


DO-21-05/5A

12

0.60

78

90

Hole Lost, Targets Not Tested

DO-21-05/5A

14

0.31

102

116

Hole Lost, Targets Not Tested

DO-21-06

40

0.27

2

42

Hole Lost, Targets Not Tested

DO-21-07

196

0.51

296

492


including

20

0.85

328

348


and

28

1.04

420

448


DO-21-08

16

0.60

0

16


DO-21-08

28

0.36

72

100


Table 2. Dorado drill-hole collar table.

Hole ID

 Collar
East
WGS84

Collar
North
WGS84

Collar
Elev m

Collar Az

Collar
Dip

Total
Depth m

DO-21-01

507080

6980110

4,562

120

-60

540

DO-21-02

507350

6979975

4,555

290

-45

484.5

DO-21-03

507093

6980248

4,583

164

-54

513.7

DO-21-04

507200

6979970

4,521

282

-70

518

DO-21-05

506893

6980142

4,525

110

-60

95

DO-21-05A

506893

6980146

4,525

110

-60

116

DO-21-06

506758

6979876

4,466

102

-55

309

DO-21-07

507355

6979972

4,585

316

-55

630

DO-21-08

507000

6979900

4,485

115

-60

402

DO-21-09

507445

6980055

4,585

316

-55

647

Total






4,254

QAQC Statement

All of Angold Resources’ drill sample assay results have been independently monitored through a quality assurance/quality control (“QA/QC”) protocol which includes the insertion of blind standard reference materials, blanks, and duplicates at regular intervals. Logging and sampling of the Dorado drill samples were completed at Angold’s core handling facilities located in Copiapo, Chile. Drill core was diamond sawn on site and half drill-core samples were securely transported to ALS Laboratories’ (“ALS”) sample preparation facility in Copiapo.

Gold content was determined by fire assay of a 50-gram charge with atomic absorption finish (ALS method Au-AA24). Thirty-three other elements were analyzed by ICP methods with four-acid digestion (ALS method ME-ICP61m). ALS Laboratories is independent of Angold Resources and its facilities are ISO 17025 accredited. ALS also performed its own internal QA/QC procedures to assure the accuracy and integrity of results. Parameters for ALS’ internal and Angold’s external blind quality control samples were acceptable for the samples analyzed. Angold is not aware of any drilling, sampling, recovery, or other factors that could materially affect the accuracy or reliability of its drill results data.

Qualified Person
David Smith, CPG, a Qualified Person in accordance with National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this news release.

About Angold
Angold is an exploration and development company targeting large-scale mineral systems in the proven districts of the Maricunga, Nevada and Ontario. Angold owns a 100% interest in the Dorado, Cordillera and South Bay-Uchi projects, and certain claims that append the optioned Iron Butte project.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF ANGOLD RESOURCES LTD.

“Adrian Rothwell”
Chief Executive Officer

Further information on Angold can be found on the Company’s website at www.angoldresources.com and at www.sedar.com, or by contacting the Company by email at [email protected] or by telephone at (866) 852 8719.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward Looking Statements: This news release contains forward-looking statements and forward-looking information within the meaning of applicable securities laws. These statements relate to future events or future performance and includes expectations of the resumption of trading of the Company’s common shares on the Exchange. All statements other than statements of historical fact may be forward-looking statements or information. Forward-looking statements and information are often, but not always, identified by the use of words such as “appear”, “seek”, “anticipate”, “plan”, “continue”, “estimate”, “approximate”, “expect”, “may”, “will”, “project”, “predict”, “potential”, “targeting”, “intend”, “could”, “might”, “should”, “believe”, “would” and similar expressions. Forward-looking statements and information are provided for the purpose of providing information about the current expectations and plans of management of the Company relating to the future. Readers are cautioned that reliance on such statements and information may not be appropriate for other purposes, such as making investment decisions. Since forward-looking statements and information address future events and conditions, by their very nature they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those currently anticipated due to a number of factors and risks. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on the forward-looking statements, timelines and information contained in this news release.

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Hart Energy Announces 2021 Oil and Gas Investor ‘Forty Under 40’ Honorees

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HOUSTON, July 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Hart Energy proudly announces honorees for Oil and Gas Investor‘s 2021 “Forty Under 40” recognition program.  This prestigious annual process began in 2016 and attracts strong support from the petroleum industry and the financial community.  Honorees traditionally span varied organizations and disciplines: investment banks, oil and gas producers, midstream operators, service companies and technology providers with responsibilities for management, acquisitions and divestitures, law, finance and more.

Qualified individuals were nominated by peers, colleagues or superiors in an open submission process.  All are recognized for proven leadership or potential and positive impact on their respective organizations.  These role models demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit, creative problem solving, leadership, and community involvement. 

Video interviews and other special features with these individuals will be posted to the Oil and Gas Investor website, just as these interviews were last year.  Editorial profiles of each honoree also will appear in a special supplement to Oil and Gas Investor.

The 2021 honorees for Oil and Gas Investor’s “40 Under Forty” program are (alphabetically by surname):

  • M. Boone Bajgier, Manager, Production Engineering, Advance Energy Partners
  • Justin Bennett, Founding Partner & CCO, Pinon Midstream
  • Nicholas S. Carnrite, Managing Director and Partner, The Carnrite Group
  • David Carter, Managing Director, RedOaks Energy Advisors
  • Wilkie Colyer, CEO, Contango Oil & Gas
  • Abhishek Deshpande, Global Head of Oil Market Strategy, JP Morgan Chase & Company
  • Emily Easley, President & CEO, NOVUS Clean Energy
  • Bentsen Falb, Managing Director, Raymond James Associates
  • Lacey Falls, CFO, AEGIS Hedging Solutions
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick, Vice President-Land, Pursuit Oil and Gas
  • Daniel Flannery, Managing Director, Riverstone Holdings LLC
  • John Fossum, Managing Director, Petrie Partners
  • Laura Freeman, Vice President, Business Development, Vencer Energy
  • Ben Heinzelmann, President, Energy Domain (A MineralWare Co.)
  • Drew Hopkins, Director of Business Development, LandVantage
  • Abhishek Kumar, Principal, Production Lending LLC
  • Ian Levine, Vice President, MODA Midstream
  • Tim Magliaro, Vice President, Business Development, Lucid Energy Group
  • Taylor McCay, Vice President, EnCap Investments
  • Collin McLelland, Co-Founder & CEO, Digital Wildcatters
  • Matthew Melton, Vice President, EnCap Flatrock
  • Lindsey Mersman, Chief Revenue Officer, EAG Services
  • Michael Mitchell, Vice President, Energy Spectrum Capital
  • Zach Muroff, Vice President, Business Development, EnergyNet
  • Nii Ahele Nunoo, Senior Associate Energy Core Operations, KPMG LLP
  • Travis Pace, President, Fortuna Resources III
  • Graham Patton, Principal/ VP Validus Energy, Pontem Energy Capital
  • Kyle Ray, Executive Vice President of Engineering and Finance, FourPass Energy
  • Rachel Reese, Managing Attorney, R. Reese & Associates
  • Brian Reger, Senior Vice President, Asset Development, Jonah Energy
  • Daniel P. Rohling, Vice President, Battalion Oil
  • Sarita Schank, CAO, Momentum Minerals
  • Anne Slattery, Industrials Senior Analyst, RSM US
  • JD Smith, CEO, EnCore Permian Operating
  • Molly Smith, General Manager, Drilling & Completions, Murphy Oil Corporation
  • Josh Stevens, Senior Vice President of Finance, US Energy Development Corp
  • Will Todd, CEO, Bedrock Energy Partners
  • Scott Van Sickle, CEO, Revolution Resources
  • Stephanie Zoutenbier, Senior Drilling Performance Operations Engineer, Baker Hughes
  • Ashley Zumwalt-Forbes, President, Black Mountain Oil & Gas

About Hart Energy
For more than 40 years, Hart Energy editors and experts have delivered market-leading insights to investors and the financial community, upstream producers and midstream operators, service companies allied to the industry and other energy professionals. The Houston-based company produces the award-winning magazine Oil and Gas Investor; online news and data services; in-depth industry conferences (like the DUG™ series); GIS data sets; mapping solutions; and a range of data intelligence services.  For more information, visit hartenergy.com.

CONTACT: Len Vermillion, editorial director
713.260.4621
[email protected] 

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Landis+Gyr remporte l’appel d’offres de la société belge Fluvius pour la fourniture de compteurs intelligents et de services connexes

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CHAM, Suisse, 28 juillet 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Landis+Gyr NV (Belgique), une filiale de Landis+Gyr Group AG (SIX : LAND), a remporté un appel d’offres pour la fourniture de 2,5 millions de compteurs d’électricité intelligents résidentiels E360 et d’un million de compteurs de gaz intelligents résidentiels par l’opérateur de système belge Fluvius cv. Cette attribution constitue une allocation de 50 % du volume des compteurs intelligents faisant l’objet de l’appel d’offres, les installations devant commencer en 2023. Landis+Gyr NV fournira également 15 ans de Metering as a Service ainsi que la connectivité IoT as a Service. Les termes de l’accord doivent encore être finalisés.

Fluvius agit en tant que centrale d’achat pour les principales sociétés de distribution d’énergie du pays, Resa et Ores en Wallonie, et Sibelga à Bruxelles. Fluvius a achevé la procédure d’attribution du contrat-cadre pour la fourniture de nouveaux types de compteurs intelligents d’électricité et de gaz et de services connexes, à savoir le Metering as a Service et la connectivité IoT as a Service. La solution de Landis+Gyr permet de relever les compteurs et de les contrôler en liaison avec les opérateurs de réseau concernés.

La période pendant laquelle les compteurs d’énergie intelligents peuvent être achetés s’étendra jusqu’en 2034 et offre à Fluvius la possibilité d’acheter des types de compteurs et des services de données supplémentaires à l’avenir.

« Un déploiement rapide et professionnel des compteurs intelligents en Belgique sera essentiel dans la stratégie de transition énergétique à long terme de notre pays. Les compteurs intelligents sont des outils essentiels pour les citoyens, les entreprises, les gouvernements et les gestionnaires de réseau. Nous sommes heureux que Landis+Gyr devienne l’un de nos deux principaux partenaires dans la réalisation de cette tâche importante », a déclaré Raf Bellers, directeur de la chaîne d’approvisionnement chez Fluvius.

« Nous sommes fiers de poursuivre notre partenariat avec Fluvius, Resa, Ores et Sibelga, que nous avons construit sur plusieurs décennies. Avec ce nouveau projet, nous les aiderons à poursuivre la mise à niveau de leur infrastructure de comptage et à fournir des services gérés pertinents pour les entreprises », a déclaré Stephan Vandecasteele, directeur régional Belgique / Luxembourg chez Landis+Gyr. « Cette coopération soutient les efforts de transition énergétique de la Belgique en donnant aux consommateurs finaux les moyens d’obtenir des informations détaillées sur leur consommation et leur injection d’énergie, tout en permettant aux services publics de fonctionner plus efficacement. »

À propos de Landis+Gyr

Landis+Gyr est l’un des principaux fournisseurs mondiaux de solutions intégrées de gestion de l’énergie pour le secteur des services publics. Offrant l’un des portefeuilles les plus larges, nous fournissons des solutions innovantes et flexibles pour aider les services publics à résoudre leurs défis complexes en matière de compteurs intelligents, d’intelligence en bordure de réseau et d’infrastructure intelligente. Avec un chiffre d’affaires de 1,4 milliard USD pour l’exercice 2020, Landis+Gyr emploie plus de 5 000 personnes dans plus de 30 pays sur les cinq continents, avec pour seule mission d’aider le monde à mieux gérer l’énergie. Pour plus d’informations, veuillez consulter notre site web www.landisgyr.com.

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Landis+Gyr gewinnt Ausschreibung des belgischen Unternehmens Fluvius zur Lieferung von intelligenten Zählern und zugehörigen Dienstleistungen

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CHAM, Schweiz, 28. Juli 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Landis+Gyr NV (Belgien), eine Tochtergesellschaft der Landis+Gyr Group AG (SIX: LAND), hat von dem belgischen Systembetreiber Fluvius cv den Zuschlag für die Lieferung von 2,5 Millionen intelligenten Stromzählern E360 für Haushalte und 1 Million intelligenten Gaszählern für Haushalte erhalten. Dieser Zuschlag stellt eine Zuteilung von 50 % des ausgeschriebenen Smart-Meter-Volumens dar, dessen Installation im Jahr 2023 beginnt. Landis+Gyr NV wird auch 15 Jahre lang  „Metering as a Service” sowie IoT-Konnektivität als Service anbieten. Die Bedingungen der Vereinbaruung sind noch nicht endgültig festgelegt.

Fluvius agiert als zentraler Einkäufer für die wichtigsten Energieversorgungsunternehmen des Landes, Resa und Ores in Wallonien sowie Sibelga in Brüssel. Fluvius schloss das Rahmenvertragsvergabeverfahren für die Lieferung neuer Arten von intelligenten Strom- und Gaszählern und zugehörigen Dienstleistungen ab, nämlich „Metering as a Service” und IoT Connectivity as a Service. Die Lösung von Landis+Gyr ermöglicht die Ablesung und Steuerung der Zähler in Zusammenarbeit mit den jeweiligen Netzbetreibern.

Der Zeitraum, in dem intelligente Energiezähler erworben werden können, läuft bis 2034 und bietet Fluvius die Möglichkeit, in Zukunft weitere Zählertypen und Datendienste zu erwerben.

„Eine schnelle und professionelle Einführung von intelligenten Zählern in Belgien ist der Schlüssel für die langfristige Energiewende in unserem Land. Die intelligenten Zähler sind wichtige Werkzeuge für Bürger, Unternehmen, Regierungen und Netzbetreiber gleichermaßen. Wir freuen uns, dass Landis+Gyr einer unserer beiden Hauptpartner bei der Erfüllung dieser wichtigen Aufgabe sein wird”, sagt Raf Bellers, Director Supply Chain bei Fluvius.

„Wir sind stolz darauf, unsere Partnerschaft mit Fluvius, Resa, Ores und Sibelga fortzusetzen, die wir über mehrere Jahrzehnte aufgebaut haben. Mit diesem neuen Projekt werden wir ihnen helfen, ihre Messinfrastruktur weiter aufzurüsten und geschäftsrelevante Managed Services anzubieten”, sagt Stephan Vandecasteele, Regional Manager Belgien / Luxemburg bei Landis+Gyr. „Diese Kooperation unterstützt Belgiens Bemühungen um die Energiewende, indem sie den Endverbrauchern detaillierte Einblicke in ihren Energieverbrauch und ihre Energieeinspeisung ermöglicht, während die Versorgungsunternehmen gleichzeitig effizienter arbeiten können.”

Über Landis+Gyr

Landis+Gyr ist ein weltweit führender Anbieter von integrierten Energiemanagementlösungen für den Versorgungssektor. Mit einem der umfangreichsten Portfolios liefern wir innovative und flexible Lösungen, die Versorgungsunternehmen bei der Bewältigung ihrer komplexen Herausforderungen in den Bereichen Smart Metering, Grid Edge Intelligence und Smart Infrastructure unterstützen. Mit einem Umsatz von 1,4 Mrd. USD im Geschäftsjahr 2020 beschäftigt Landis+Gyr mehr als 5.000 Mitarbeiter in über 30 Ländern auf fünf Kontinenten mit dem Ziel, der Welt zu helfen, Energie besser zu verwalten. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte unsere Website unter https://www.astellas.com/eu.

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Japan Crawler Excavator Market Assessment 2021-2027: Komatsu Leads the Market for Hydraulic Excavators with Around 24% Share, Followed by Hitachi and Kobelco with 22% and 20% Share

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DUBLIN, July 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Japan Crawler Excavator Market – Strategic Assessment & Forecast 2021-2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Japan crawler excavator market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.08% during the period 2021-2027

Japan is planning to enhance its network in the Kansai area and also establish Osaka Training Center / ICT Learning Center that would lead to the surge in demand for crawler excavators. The rising demand for Eco construction in Japan will boost demand for crawler excavators.

The report considers the present scenario of the Japan crawler excavator market and its market dynamics for the forecast period 2021-2027. It covers a detailed overview of several growth enablers, restraints, and trends in the market. The study includes the volume and value sales with segment analysis of the Japan crawler excavator market.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE REPORT

  • Excavators used in the construction industry accounted for the largest share of around 54.6% of huge government expenditure on construction projects.
  • The country has improved its efficiency in transforming innovative inputs into outputs during the last three years. Improved ranks in innovation outputs have a beneficial impact in boosting the growth of the Japanese crawler excavator market.
  • The Japanese construction machines and equipment industry is extremely mature and comprises a wholesome ecosystem to cater to the demand of both domestic and export markets.

JAPAN CRAWLER EXCAVATOR MARKET INSIGHTS

  • Foreign investors working in Japan have more access to other Asian markets due to its geographic position helping the vendors to grow in the Japan crawler excavator market.
  • The construction industry largely drives the demand for mini excavators in the country.
  • Komatsu leads the market for hydraulic excavators in the country with around 24% share, closely followed by Hitachi Construction and Kobelco with 22% and 20% share.
  • The Japanese economy is projected to witness steady growth over the forecast period. This would eventually boost the domestic demand for commodities and equipment, driving the crawler excavator market in Japan.
  • Development of hydraulic and engine control systems, automation, electric, autonomous, and remote-control technologies are booming the growth of the crawler excavator market.
  • The business is leading the Japan excavator market for green products that comply with increasingly stringent international environmental laws, such as the IMO’s air pollution and sulfur dioxide emission standards, by creating key eco-friendly technology.
  • According to ‘Cushman & Wakefield’s multifamily building construction is projected to grow at around 35% in 2021. This is expected to boost the sale of excavators in the country significantly.

VENDOR LANDSCAPE

Vendors are creating innovations and developing technologies to accelerate the growth of the crawler excavator market in Japan. The OEMs have a triple business model for handling new excavators, refurbished used excavators, and renting out new excavators.

This provides the Japanese manufacturers the much-needed tactical reach of equipment to remote regions through refurbished equipment sales, further promoting the sales of new equipment. Offering the best smart industrial solutions by merging robotic automation with next-generation technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analytics is gaining momentum across the Japan excavator market.

SEGMENTAL ANALYSIS

  • The medium excavator varies in size and capacity for various applications. The power output of this excavator can range from less than 60HP to more than 200HP. Japan’s medium crawler excavator market by value is expected to reach USD 609.6 million by 2027.
  • 61hp-101hp crawler excavator finds applications in urban development projects and excavation operations in residential and commercial building activities.
  • With the increasing diversity of attachments and advancements in machine design, excavators are gaining popularity on-farm.

Market Segmentation by Excavator Type

  • Mini (>6 tons)
  • Small (6-15 tons)
  • Medium (15-30 tons)
  • Large (above 30 tons)

Market Segmentation by Gross Power

  • 61-101 HP
  • 102-200 HP
  • >201 HP

Market Segmentation by Application

  • Construction
  • Mining
  • Agriculture
  • Forestry
  • Others

WHY SHOULD YOU BUY THIS REPORT?

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

  • Volume (Unit sales)
  • Type
  • Excavator Type and Operating Weight
  • Application
  • Gross Power Output
  • Value (USD)
  • Type
  • Excavator Type and Operating Weight
  • Application
  • Gross Power Output
  • Gain competitive intelligence about the economic scenario, advantages in Japan, major projects and investments, market dynamics, and market share
  • Examples of 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 Japan crawler excavator market
  • Complete supply chain analysis
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  • Company Profile of 16 major vendors

KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED:

  • At what CAGR is the Japan crawler excavator market projected to grow in the forecast period (2021-2027)?
  • What are the segments covered in the crawler excavator market report?
  • Who are the top players in the Japan crawler excavator market?
  • What are the latest trends for Japan crawler excavators?
  • What are the key factors driving the Japanese crawler excavator market growth?

Key Topics Covered:

Section 1 – Introduction

Section 2 – The Market Overview

  • Economic Scenario, Advantage Japan, increasing global demand for excavators further enhancing export prospects, key economic regions in Japan

Section 3- Technological Advances

  • Technology Adoption by Major Vendors with Examples

Section 4 Market Dynamics

  • Market Drivers, Restraints, Trends

Section 5 – Japan Crawler Excavator Market (Type & Operating Weight)
1. Japan Crawler Excavator Market by Excavator Market by Type (Operating Weight)
2. Japan Crawler Excavator Market by Excavator Market by Application
3. Japan Crawler Excavator Market by Gross Power
4. Crawler Excavator Market by Gross Power Output, 61 hp-101 hp, Volume & Value, 2018-2027

Section 6 – Market Landscape
1. Supply Chain Insights
2. Key Highlights
3. COVID-19 Impact Analysis

Section 7 – Competitive Landscape
1. Company Profile of major Vendors (Komatsu, Hitachi Construction Machinery, Kobelco, Caterpillar, Hyundai Construction Equipment, Doosan, JCB, SANY, Volvo Construction Equipment)
2. Other Prominent vendors

Section 8 – Report Summary

Companies Mentioned

  • Caterpillar
  • Komatsu
  • Hitachi
  • Sany
  • Volvo Construction Equipment
  • Kobelco
  • JCB
  • Hyundai Construction Equipment
  • Doosan
  • LeeBoy
  • Sumitomo
  • Mahindra
  • XCMG
  • Kubota
  • Ingersoll Rand
  • Liebherr

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/svlhnf

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