Conveyor Index up 34% from the December 2010

The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association reported that its December 2011 Booked Orders Index was 213. Index in December is up 64 points or 43% from November 2011’s Index of 149 (1990=100). The December 2011 Index represents an increase of 34% from the December 2010 Index of 159.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
February 10, 2012 - MMH Editorial

The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) reported that its December 2011 Booked Orders Index was 213. Index in December is up 64 points or 43% from November 2011’s Index of 149 (1990=100). The December 2011 Index represents an increase of 34% from the December 2010 Index of 159.

December Booked Orders Indexes were 337 for Bulk Handling Equipment* and 172 for Unit Handling Equipment*(1990=100).

The Twelve-Month Index for Booked Orders was 183 in December. Index in December represents an increase of 3% from November 2011’s Twelve-Month Index of 178.

The CEMA Billed Sales (shipments) Index was 184 in December. Index in December represents an increase of 7% from November 2011’s Index of 172. The December 2011 Index represents an increase of 34% from the December 2010 Index of 137.

December Billed Sales Indexes were 340 for Bulk Handling Equipment* and 144 for Unit Handling Equipment*(1990=100).

The Twelve-Month Index for Billed Sales was 170 in December. Index in December represents an increase of 2% from November 2011’s Twelve-Month Index of 166.



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