15 April 2008

While the utmost care has been taken to ensure that information in this report is accurate, International Construction does not accept any responsibility for errors or omissions. Rankings are based on sales of construction equipment by each company in the last financial year (ending in 2006). Information sources include annual reports, company statements and respected consultant companies, It should be said that figures in the ‘By Country ’ and ‘By Region ’ graphs are derived from where individual companies are headquartered. They do not in any way re. ect the size of the markets or equipment production levels in different countries or regions of the world.

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