Construction machinery manufacturers foresee smaller gains in 2007, report finds

November 2006
Trailer / Body Builders;Nov2006, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p90
Trade Publication
The article talks about the annual forecast conducted by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) which reported that construction machinery manufacturers expect smaller gains in the industry business in 2007. There is expected growth for United States, Canadian and worldwide markets. Overall construction equipment business in the U.S. is expected to close out 2006 with increases of 11.2 percent compared to last year.


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