A Modest Increase

Sprovieri, John
December 2008
Assembly;Dec2008, Vol. 51 Issue 13, p22
The article discusses the results of the 13th annual capital equipment spending survey of "ASSEMBLY" magazine in 2008. According to the article, U.S. assembly plants will spend $2.88 billion on new equipment in 2009, which is 2% more than the projection for the year. It says that 30% of respondents will spend more on assembly technology in 2009 than they did in 2008.


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