Truck-Mounted Grapple Loader Manufacturing in North America Size, Shares, Segmentation, Competitors, Channels, Trends, and Outlook Underlying the Manufacture of Truck-Mounted Grapple Loaders. 2017 – 2022 Analysis & Outlook
Specialized equipment with application in specific industries, the grapple loader manufacturing business is a niche vocational segment. This report details the truck-mounted grapple loader manufacturing business in the United States and Canada. Covering 12 manufacturers, the report includes competitive analysis and market size and share breakouts by chassis class, market dynamics, demand drivers, outlook, and profiles of all participants.
The five leading manufacturers accounted for 74% of units shipped in 2017, with the top two companies having a 42% share of the total market.
Grapple loader trucks often feature an additional body (dump, flatbed, or stake body) also mounted on the chassis, with the grapple at the back of the cab or at the rear end of the chassis. GVWR of chassis on which grapple loaders are mounted usually depends on what other body type is also mounted on the chassis, and the application for which the grapple loader-equipped truck will be used. Grapple loaders are mounted on medium-duty Class 4-6, and heavy-duty Class 7 and 8 chassis, with most units mounted on heavy-duty Class 8 chassis.
Application areas for grapple loaders include bulky waste collection, logging, scrap, and construction industries.
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