CEMA reports booked orders for June down 14% below June 2012
Shipments down by 10.8% when compared to June 2012.
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The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association reported that its June 2013 booked orders decreased 14.0% when compared to June 2012 orders.
Bob Reinfried, executive vice president for CEMA, said in a recent interview that the decline was not particularly alarming, especially given that last year was a banner year for the Association.
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