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We’re the authority on it. That’s why each year, WOC is the first and only annual international event to bring you all the new products & equipment, training and technology to get the job done faster and more profitably than ever before. Join us, and in just five days you’ll find everything you need to conquer the year ahead.

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Why did worldwide construction equipment sales hit a record high last year?
Which regions and countries enjoyed the strongest growth?
What will the coming years hold for the industry?

Download this free 20-page White Paper from Off-Highway Research for the answers to these questions and more.

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