SOURCE: Scranton Gillette Communications
Arlington Heights, IL--(Marketwire - Dec 11, 2012) - Construction Equipment magazine announced its annual Top 100 New Products in the December 2012 issue, recognizing the year's most innovative new construction equipment and related products. The Top 100 New Products list was first published in 1990, and remains the longest-established and most prestigious product recognition program in the construction equipment industry.
Featured products are grouped into one of eight categories: heavy earthmoving; light earthmoving; trucking and hauling; paving/compaction/concrete pumps; lifting and material handling; drilling and trenching; light equipment; and ancillary products. Construction Equipment editors choose products that reflect significant improvements, advances in technology, new product lines or features that increase competition in the field.
"Each year, we sift through all the new product announcements, events and other sources to publish information on the most applicable products for our readers," says Rod Sutton, Construction Equipment editorial director. "Each editor presents his list, and then we decide, as a staff, which 100 to honor."
To view the complete list of the Top 100 New Products of 2012, please visit www.constructionequipment.com.
For more information on the Construction Equipment Top 100 or to obtain a copy of the Top 100 logo, contact Rod Sutton at 847.954.7923 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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