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What’s ahead for drones in 2017? A lot more than serving as flying extras for Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show.
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Manufacturers realize their dealers’ ability to represent them on the front lines has become paramount to brand success.
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One in four equipment purchasers who responded to our survey said they are not yet buying Tier 4-F machines
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Ask an equipment manager to explain how they ensure fleet age stays at an acceptable level, and most will not answer with reference to a 5-year or...

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From the editors 

Rod Sutton @rodsutton
D12? I don't think so. https://t.co/dHRzLpTfLm
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Frank Raczon @FrankRaczon
Small roller action at the #RitchieBros auction in Orlando today. Auctioneer must balance attendee bids w/online bi… https://t.co/lyipwnKrXV
5 days 14 hours ago
Frank Raczon @FrankRaczon
Did you know #RitchieBros sold $4.3 billion in equipment in 2016? $2.1 billion of that was online. IronPlanet deal expected to close in Q2.
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