New Age Construction


With the em­pha­sis on in­di­g­e­niza­tion, the CE in­dus­try can ful­fil do­mes­tic re­quire­ments by of­fer­ing tai­lored and cost-ef­fec­tive op­tions. the buy­back plans and used-equip­ment ex­changes can help strengthen the mar­ket for sales of used ma­chin­ery.

The suc­cess of the construction ecosys­tem will de­pend on the tight col­lab­o­ra­tion among the in­dus­try, gov­ern­ment and the pol­icy-mak­ers, to en­sure that the chal­lenges of this sec­tor are over­come, thereby, paving the roadmap for growth and progress of the coun­try.

We are hope­ful of see­ing higher cus­tomer foot­fall with a larger per­cent­age of se­ri­ous buy­ers than the pre­vi­ous ex­hi­bi­tion. We are also look­ing for­ward to cus­tomers from the South Asia re­gion.

GST has rev­o­lu­tionised the tax sys­tem of the coun­try. Driven by the prin­ci­ple of ‘one na­tion one tax’, it is ex­pected to unify the coun­try eco­nom­i­cally. It has clearly af­fected var­i­ous sec­tors of the economy, in­clud­ing the CE sec­tor in the last 3-4 months, but we are thank­ful to the govt. for bring­ing back the GST to 18% from 28%. GST is bound to rep­re­sent a win-win sit­u­a­tion for both the construction equip­ment sell­ers as well as the buy­ers.

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