Strong orders for automated equipment


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  • Saturday, 27 Feb 2010

davidtan@thestar.com.my

GEORGE TOWN: While the local automated equipment manufacturers are getting unusually strong orders for the first and second quarters, they are unable to make long-term expansion plans due to the lack of market visibility for the second half of 2010.

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