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CEMA: July 2012 booked orders increases 44.8% over 2011

The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association reported that its July 2012 shipments increased by 25.5% over July 2011 shipments.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
September 11, 2012

The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association reported that its July 2012 Booked Orders increased 44.8% when compared to July 2011 orders.

July 2012 booked orders when compared to June 2012 booked orders were down 7.6%.

July Booked Orders were up 1.7% for Bulk Handling Equipment and down 14.9% for Unit Handling Equipment when compared to June.

CEMA’s July 2012 Billed Sales (shipments) increased by 25.5% when compared to July 2011 sales.

July 2012 billed sales when compared to June 2012 billed sales were down 9.1%.

July Billed Sales were down 12.3% for Bulk Handling Equipment and down 6.5% for Unit Handling Equipment when compared to June.

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