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CEMA: Conveyor index down 5% in June, up 1% from last year

The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association reported that its June 2011 Booked Orders Index was 167.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 10, 2011

The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association reported that its June 2011 Booked Orders Index was 167. Index in June is down 8 points or 5% from May 2011’s Index of 175 (1990=100). The June 2011 Index represents an increase of 1% from the June 2010 Index of 166.

June Booked Orders Indexes were 290 for Bulk Handling Equipment and 125 for Unit Handling Equipment (1990=100). June Billed Sales Indexes were 306 for Bulk Handling Equipment and 166 for Unit Handling Equipment (1990=100). Since Bulk Handling Systems booked and billed sales are reported quarterly and are averaged back to the two preceding months, the booked and billed indexes for non-quarter ending months for Bulk Handling Equipment and Category X, total of all categories, are adjusted quarterly.

The Twelve-Month Index for Booked Orders was 158 in June. Index in June represents no change from May 2011’s Twelve-Month Index of 158.

The CEMA Billed Sales (shipments) Index was 189 in June. Index in June represents an increase of 9% from May 2011’s Index of 174. The June 2011 Index represents an increase of 42% from the June 2010 Index of 133.

The Twelve-Month Index for Billed Sales was 152 in June. Index in June represents an increase of 3% from May 2011’s Twelve-Month Index of 147.

 

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