Heavy Equipment Sector

Heavy Equipment Sector
The potentiality of Heavy equipment supply business is very high and heavy equipment’s users are increasing day by day in the Construction sector for saving the huge time and money. Now its very lucrative Business to import and supply construction machinery & equipment. So the potentiality of the construction & Transportation Works in Bangladesh is very high for several national and private construction work.
Heavy Equipment Sector
We (REL) offer heavy duty Construction Equipment sales, rent & servicing in Bangladesh. We have a fleet of Construction & Material Handling Equipment available for the sales for different purpose. The equipment like Excavator, Bulldozer, Pay Loader, Cranes, Forklift, Dump Trucks, Backhoe Loaders, Soil Compactor, Roller, Trailer and Generator etc. is kept in excellent working condition and regular inspection is done to ensure that no snag appears at the time of services. We provide after sales service some of our equipment to ensure our products quality.
Heavy Equipment Sector
Default spatial allocation of construction equipment emissions, which allocates emissions to all urban areas, is often inaccurate due to construction occurring at the outer edges of urban areas where new housing, commercial development, and roads are being built. In addition, large mining sites can also be a source of significant construction equipment emissions. To improve the spatial allocation of construction equipment emissions for photochemical and other dispersion models, construction equipment was divided into sectors based on type and purpose of equipment usage.
Heavy Equipment Sector
The use of heavy equipment in the engineering and construction industry has a long history dating back to at least 1st century BC. The ancient Roman architect and civil engineer, Marcus Vitruvius Polio, described cranes and other construction equipment in his treatise, De architecture. Heavy machines were pulled by horses or humans until the 19th century and engineering technology has steadily progressed since then.