'Lot of good things going on'

Weber, Rick
October 2005
Trailer / Body Builders;Oct2005, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p86
Trade Publication
Reports on the outlook of Stephen Latin-Kasper, director of market data and research of the National Truck Equipment Association, on the truck equipment market in the U.S. as of October 2005. Anticipation on factory shipments of trucks and truck chassis; Trend in electric utility production; Possibility of a decrease in construction expenditures.


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