Allan Leibowitz introduces news edition #619

Inside Forkliftaction
- 6 Jun 2013 ( #619 )
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Editor Allan Leibowitz comments on the news of the week
Editor Allan Leibowitz comments on the news of the week
From time to time we use this space to talk about ourselves, and this week we can share some new statistics on our audience growth. Firstly, we are rapidly approaching 55,000 subscribers globally. Our website, meanwhile, has passed another milestone, with over 10 million page views in the last month.
Forklift end-users (including fleet managers) remain our largest audience segment (42%), ahead of dealers (36%) and manufacturers (19%). In fact, there's been a subtle shift, with more end-users reading the newsletter - and a slightly smaller proportion of dealers.
Watch this space for our next achievement and details of our changing demographics.

Fact of the week

From 1912 to 1948, gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded for literature, architecture, sculpture, painting, and music as part of the modern Olympic Games. Art works were required to be inspired by athletic endeavors. After heated debate about their place in the games, the art events were eventually removed. The 151 medals awarded were officially stricken from the Olympic record.
When the premier manufacturing and supply chain trade event of 2023, ProMat, returns to Chicago on March 20, it will include over 1000 exhibits and a comprehensive Educational Conference of over 150 sessions.
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The year is not even a month old, and already we are seeing increased acquisition activity in the US dealer market.
One has to ponder the reasons for this surge, and no doubt, intensifying competition is a major driver. In order to prosper, dealers need critical mass, access to multiple
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