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AEM event focuses on trade, economic issues

Thursday, 25 Sep 2008 ( #379 ) - Milwaukee, WI, United States
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The Association of Equipment Manufacturers will focus on the theme "World Trade: Traits of the Masters" at its annual conference from 9-11 November in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Among members of AEM are 18 companies manufacturing forklifts and 14 firms making rough-terrain forklifts.

The conference brings together presidents, chief executive officers and other senior-level executives of companies in the off-road equipment manufacturing industry.

Speakers will provide insights about the US and global economies, the political environment, sustainability issues and operational efficiencies.  A political "point-counterpoint" program will analyse the results of the previous week’s US presidential and congressional elections.

Milwaukee-based AEM serves manufacturers of agricultural, construction, forestry, mining and utility equipment and industry service providers.
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