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Well-prepared for the end of the boom

After six years of growth in succession, the German construction equipment and building material machinery industry expects to see an end to the construction boom in 2009. This has been reported by the VDMA in its general meeting in Karlsruhe/Germany on the 06. 11.  2008, which is held every three years. “We see a slump with regard to incoming orders already today which indicates that the building machinery sector will face serious setbacks in the near future,” said Dr. Christof Kemmann, chairman of the Federation’s association representing the construction equipment and building material...

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