Dahm, Alex
December 2009
International Cranes & Specialized Transport;Dec2009, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p3
Trade Publication
In this article the author comments on the impact of the recession on businesses in 2009. He says that even if the period was a poor year in business for many, it can also be the start of a turnaround in the economic situation. He emphasizes that cranes will be on a down cycle even if the construction industry has hit the bottom. He stresses that the recession still presents opportunities for some companies.


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