5 Trends Shaping the Machinery Industry in 2013

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Read this white paper to uncover five trends shaping the industrial machinery and equipment markets in 2013, including trends in capital equipment investment and robot adoption and automation, the effects of cloud computing on machine data, the result of recent changes in drilling technology, and the ways equipment makers are responding to market changes.

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