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North American Industrial Preliminary Outlook: Quick Facts

Carolyn Salzer • 12/11/2019
Will the Industrial boom continue in 2020? Hold on to your hats!

The North American industrial market saw a bit of a slowdown in 2019 coming off a banner year in 2018. But what’s in store for 2020-2021? With the continued support of tailwinds like technology, eCommerce, AI, blockchain, and the ongoing tensions with international trade, it is safe to say the next couple years will be anything but boring for the North American industrial market.

Industrial Preliminary Outlook Quick Facts

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