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2015 Metalworking Cap Spending Reports

Gardner’s Capital Spending Survey is the largest, most comprehensive survey detailing future spending in the durable goods manufacturing industries.
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Media Usage in Manufacturing 2015 Survey Results

Now in its fifth year, the results of our annual media survey reveal the demographic characteristics and media usage trends of today’s manufacturing technology buyer.
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2014 Metalworking Cap Spending Reports

Gardner’s Capital Spending Survey is the largest, most comprehensive survey detailing future spending in the durable goods manufacturing industries.
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2013 World Machine-Tool Output and Consumption Survey

The World Machine Tool Output and Consumption Survey collects global statistics country by country and compares them in U.S. dollars.
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2013 Workholding Equipment Report

Workholding market projected to be $2.7 billion in 2013
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2013 Tooling Equipment Report

Gardner's Tooling Equipment Report projects spending of $3.6 billion in 2013.
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2013 Cap Spending Presentation

Steve Kline's 2013 Capital Spending survey presentation projects a good year for machine tools.
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2013 Metalworking Cap Spending Reports

Gardner's Capital Spending Survey Reports show projected machine sales by equipment type and industry.
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September 2012 30-Second Survey

Gardner Business Media's September 2012 “30-Second Survey” shows a definite bias towards more capital equipment spending in the next 12 months.
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Top Shops Executive Summary

Modern Machine Shop’s “Top Shops” benchmarking program shows metalworking enterprises how they stack up against similar companies.
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September 30-Second Survey

Manufacturers are still bullish on capital spending.
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Media Use In Manufacturing Survey

The "Media Usage in Manufacturing Facilities" study provides comprehensive profiles of media used by today's manufacturing professionals.
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