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Bookshelf: The 2007-2008 Economic Handbook of the Manufacturing Technology Industry

Dec. 16, 2007
The Association for Manufacturing Technology

Free PDF or Excel versions are available to AMT members from www.AMTonline.org. Nonmembers may download the PDF version for $295 or purchase a CD containing PDF files for $345.

This annual guide, compiled from numerous domestic and foreign sources, provides comprehensive domestic and international data on the manufacturing technology industry. Coverage encompasses product- and country-specific manufacturing technology data, as well as information on capital equipment purchases, by several major consuming industries.

The domestic data covers such areas as employment, machine tool shipments, machine tools in use and the financial condition of the industry. Also provided is a full range of international data for 31 foreign countries, typically including production, trade by machine type and trade by partner country.

Detailed breakdowns by types of manufacturing technologies offer insight into the development of certain technologies and production capabilities in specific countries.

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