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Still, the DAT market should continue to lead the industry in unit shipments and the DDS roadmap has been extended with HP committing to three more generations of DAT technology.
Overall, the combined original equipment (OE) and replacement shipments for 2004 auto and truck categories are anticipated to increase by 12.
Hopefully it will not impose a costly "security tax" on all international shipments.
In all, the report estimated that nuclear shipments via rail and truck would pass within a mile of 7.
Casting imports from Asian and NAFTA nations continue to increase and are affecting shipments from U.
These trends were marked by a radical decline in monochrome page/laser printers 1 to 6 ppm and significant growth in monochrome page/laser printer shipments in the 7 to 10 ppm segment.
Little growth is expected through 2009, as total shipments stabilize at nearly 56 million units, owing to a slowing of domestic auto production and increased sales of off-shore vehicle imports.
Due to better-than-forecasted outlooks for markets that include car and light trucks, engines, municipal, sanitary, soil pipe, construction machinery, refrigeration/AC and power transmission, the original forecast for gray iron has been increased slightly, reducing the expected loss in shipments to 6.
As more consumers want to access the Internet, the European personal computer industry has benefited with shipments reaching 29.
Description: Depending on the plan, shipments include smoked brisket, buffet ham, sausage, smoked turkey and bacon.
the combined shipments (OE + replacement) for 2003 light vehicle and commercial truck categories increased by 1.