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How Component Shortages Are Changing the Construction Equipment Industry

How Component Shortages Are Changing the Construction Equipment Industry

September 22, 2022

New study by Roland Berger and Off-Highway Research examines the causes and effects of ongoing component scarcity affecting construction equipment

Roland Berger and Off-Highway Research explore causes of the shortages, and how leading construction equipment companies think about this growing and seemingly non-transitory challenge. We also share our view on how to navigate these challenges, address short-, medium-, and long-term uncertainty, and propose key strategies to transform industry supply from a simple delivery function into a critical value driver.

There is no silver bullet to fix ongoing supply shortages, but there are several key strategies to transform industry supply from a simple delivery function into a critical value driver. In the process, these also help to address short-, medium-, and long-term uncertainty.
There is no silver bullet to fix ongoing supply shortages, but there are several key strategies to transform industry supply from a simple delivery function into a critical value driver. In the process, these also help to address short-, medium-, and long-term uncertainty.

This report was jointly researched and written as part of the Knowledge Partnership between Roland Berger and Off-Highway Research (OHR). The partnership is a comprehensive agreement encompassing content and promotion for this paper and OHR's 2022 Off-Highway Conference (held Sept. 28, 2022)

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