Customers Drive Investment Decisions


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In our recent survey on investing in new equipment, one question we asked is what or who influences the research into new equipment to buy for their factories.

A majority, 77% of respondents, say that addressing the customers’ needs is the primary influence in their research for new equipment, followed by market conditions or trends.

To learn more, look out for the January 2018 issue of PCB007 Magazine and SMT007 Magazine.

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